Who will be the next CM of Maharashtra? Separate statements of Sharad Pawar and Supriya Sule

  • Assembly elections are going to be held in Maharashtra at the end of next year 2024. But the election wave has started in the state more than a year ago. A question is being asked almost everywhere in Maharashtra right now that who will be the next Chief Minister? Neither we nor you have the answer to this question… The political upheavals and preparations happening now can help in achieving a big victory in the elections to be held in November 2024. Let us know in detail why this issue has gained momentum this month.

  • Last Thursday, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) President Sharad Pawar waded into the debate when he said that his nephew Ajit Pawar’s ambition of becoming the Chief Minister would remain a dream. Sharad Pawar said, “This is a dream that will remain unfulfilled.” Although he did not elaborate, the comment left wide scope for analysis as to why a politician of Sharad Pawar’s stature would be justified in his comments about a nephew. Why were you so harsh in this book, which was prepared under his guidance for the last five decades?

  • While the differences between uncle and nephew following the split in the NCP are understandable, many within the Ajit Pawar-led NCP were quick to argue, “If Ajit Pawar is destined to become the CM, then there is no stopping that from happening.” Could stop.” Let us tell you that Sharad Pawar’s comment has come at a time when his daughter and NCP working president Supriya Sule said, “If Ajit Pawar had become the CM, being his sister, I would have been the first person to garland him.” When the media raised this comment with Sharad Pawar, he did not give any open answer on it.

  • Political managers of the Sharad Pawar faction are quick to draw attention to how the senior Sharad Pawar’s comments come from his vast experience. “If he has indicated something, there must be some valid reason. This is not because of anger against his nephew. His words are based on pragmatism,” said a party insider. Let us tell you that in the last few days, party workers of the three ruling parties have given different statements on this issue. Shiv Sena (Shinde faction) workers are emphasizing on the leadership of Chief Minister Eknath Shinde. A few days ago, party MLA Sanjay Shirsat said, “Given his vast potential and experience, Devendra Fadnavis should play an important role at the Centre.” He said that Maharashtra can be left to Shinde’s leadership.

  • Shiv Sena is not the only party to stake claim for this prestigious post. “In politics, anything is possible,” Dharmaraobaba Atram of the Ajit Pawar-led NCP faction declared last week. Ajit Pawar will become the next CM.” BJP has rejected the growing claim within the ruling alliance for the post of CM as natural. State BJP president Chandrashekhar Bawankule said on Thursday, “Every party is bound to present its leadership for the post of CM…” Ultimately, the final decision will be taken by the parliamentary board after the 2024 assembly elections, he said.

  • On Friday, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) President Sharad Pawar targeted the state government on the issue of “safety” and “contractual appointment” of women in Maharashtra. Sharad Pawar claimed in a press conference that between January 1 and May 31 this year, 19,533 women were reported “missing” from the state.

  • Sharad Pawar also criticized the government over “contractual appointment” of personnel in Mumbai Police. He said that the state has decided to make government recruitment on contract basis. The Maharashtra government had earlier this week issued an order to appoint 3,000 personnel from its own security corporation, who will work under the Mumbai Police. These personnel, drawn from Maharashtra State Security Corporation (MSSC), a government undertaking, will work under contract and assist Mumbai Police in selected duties for a specific period.

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