Displeasure with Ajit Pawar as they ignored Maha Vikas Aghadi leaders in the flood affected area visit in East Vidarbha

While visiting the flood-affected areas of East Vidarbha, NCP leader and Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Assembly Ajit Pawar is displeased that he did not accompany the local leaders of the Mahavikas Aghadi. While NCP president Sharad Pawar himself has expressed the wish that the Mahavikas Aghadi should contest the upcoming local body elections, it is incongruous that Ajit Pawar did not accompany Congress and Sena leaders during his visit.

In the last week of July, Pawar visited the three flood affected districts of East Vidarbha namely Gadchiroli, Chandrapur and Wardha. This tour was significant in many ways. He went from village to village and discussed with the farmers. More specifically, visits were made to remote areas of Gadchiroli district. This was his first visit to this area after the change of power. But during the tour, the leaders of the constituent parties of Mahavikas Aghadi, Congress and Sena, were not with him. It is now being alleged that they were not even taken into faith. During the tour of Wardha and Chandrapur district, Pawar was not accompanied by the former Guardian Minister and Congress leader Sunil Kedar and Vijay Wadettiwar respectively. This matter has become troublesome for the Congress leaders in both these districts. Heavy rains in Nagpur district. Congress leaders in the district made a tour and prepared a report. But Pawar did not contact any Congress leader during his stay in Nagpur. Displeasure is being expressed in this regard from the Congress circles.

Actually, after the Shinde government came to the state, questions have arisen on the very existence of the Mahavikas Aghadi. In that case, Pawar could have accompanied the leaders of the Mahavikas Aghadi during his tour and sent a message that the Aghadi is still there. However, Congress and Shiv Sena leaders are unhappy as they have deliberately avoided this matter.

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