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My working style is similar to PM Modi, Amit Shah, don't intend to disrespect…, Ajit Pawar on joining BJP

The NCP leader, Ajit Pawar, drew parallels between with Prime Minister and the Home Minister and claimed that he identified with their working style.

Ajit Pawar explains why he joined BJP (HT_PRINT)Premium
Ajit Pawar explains why he joined BJP (HT_PRINT)

Maharashtra Deputy CM Ajit Pawar on Sunday, February 25, claimed that his working style is similar to PM Modi and Amit Shah while clarifying reasons for switching sides and joining hands with BJP and Shiv Sena.

In a post on X (formerly twitter), Ajit Pawar made a statement that said, ‘My working style is similar to PM Modi and Amit Shah… and no intention of disrespecting elders.’

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The statement reads, that Pawar posted on X, said, "I have taken my own role intending to complete the development works without any compromise with an ideology and objective...I found the development work being done in this country under the leadership of PM Modi and HM Amit Shah to be important. I liked their qualities like sharp leadership and correct decision-making process. My working style and theirs are very similar. 

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He further added, "I have no intention of disrespecting fatherly or elder people. How can the standard of living of the people be raised, how can the facilities of their basic infrastructure be made more efficient? So this is for the work of the people." 

 

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The NCP leader drew parallels between with Prime Minister and the Home Minister and claimed that he identified with their working style while mentioning that the decision taken by the Nationalist Congress Party to join hands with the Bharatiya Janata Party and Shiv Sena is still being discussed in different media. Ajit Pawar added, "This letter is to make my role in this matter more clear." 

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The Deputy CM while addressing a farmers' rally in Pune's Baramation on Sunday said, "A vast majority of people of the country want Narendra Modi to be prime minister for a third term and everyone in the ruling alliance in Maharashtra is working towards this goal.

Also read: Maharashtra: Ajit Pawar takes veiled jibe at Sharad Pawar’s age, urges supporters to vote for his Lok Sabha 

While urging his supporters not to make statements that would create rifts or hurt any segment, he said, "More than 65 per cent people want Narendra Modi to be PM again. In the coming days, I'll work hard and everyone will be surprised. The Mahayuti (ruling alliance) will work together to ensure NDA wins 400 seats in the Lok Sabha polls," reported PTI.

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Published: 26 Feb 2024, 08:30 AM IST
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