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Maharashtra NCP Political Crisis MLA Support To Ajit And Sharad Pawar Group

Maharashtra NCP Political Crisis: After the rebel of Ajit Pawar in Maharashtra, the political rivalry between uncle and nephew just isn’t taking the title of stopping. Now the sitting NCP MLAs together with occasion president Sharad Pawar in Mumbai have signed an affidavit on Wednesday (July 5) exhibiting their loyalty to him.

In keeping with sources in ABP Information, Sharad Pawar has bought the assist of 16 MLAs, and one impartial MLA. These embrace Sunil Bhusara, Sandeep Kshirsagar, Jayant Patil, Suman RR Patil, Rajesh Tope, Prajakt Tanpure, Kiran Lahmate, Ashok Pawar, Rohit Pawar, Rajendra Shingne, Anil Deshmukh, Jitendra Awhad, Chetan Tupe, Balasaheb Patil, Makrand Patil, Mansingh Naik. And impartial MLA Devendra Bhuyar is included.

3 MLC and 6 MPs additionally with Sharad Pawar

Other than this, three MLCs and 6 MPs are additionally with Sharad Pawar faction. MLC Babajani Durrani, Shashikant Shinde, Eknath Khadse and MPs Supriya Sule, Amol Kolhe, Srinivas Patil, Rajya Sabha MPs Sharad Pawar, Fauzia Khan, Vandana Chavan. On the identical time, the Ajit Pawar faction has claimed to have 29 MLAs with it.

This MLA was not seen with anybody

There are some MLAs who’ve neither appeared with Ajit Pawar nor with Sharad Pawar. These embrace the names of Chandrakant Naughre, Ashutosh Kale, Daulat Daroda, Nohar Chandrikapure, Saroj Ahire, Atul Benke and Nawab Malik.

Tussle between Ajit and Sharad Pawar

Allow us to inform you that on July 2, Ajit Pawar was sworn in because the Deputy Chief Minister of the Maharashtra authorities, rebelling with the NCP. Since then, the tussle between the Ajit Pawar and Sharad Pawar factions continues. Now Ajit has additionally ousted Sharad Pawar from the submit of Nationwide President of the occasion.

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