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Sharad Pawar could make an Alliance with BJP ahead of 2019 Polls

Sharad Pawar could make an Alliance with BJP ahead of 2019 Polls
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Tariq Anwar, MP who has been with NCP president for twenty years, has resigned from the party. Accused that Sharad Pawar praised Modi on Rafael’s issue. Following the resignation of Tariq Anwar, the political equations of Maharashtra can be changed. In Maharashtra, Shiv Sena has already separated from BJP. In such a scenario, Sharad Pawar has the option of joining the NDA. Sharad Pawar said, “Personally, I believe that there is no doubt about the people of the country are believes on the principle of PM Modi. I do not think there is any need to share technical information about Rafael. “

Following this statement of Sharad Pawar, BJP President Amit Shah praised him through Twitter. Amit Shah wrote, “I think the former Defense Minister and senior leader Sharad Pawar got up from party politics and spoke the truth in the country. My question to Rahul Gandhi is whether he will accept the voice of the big leader of his alliance? “

The Shiv Sena announced in January that the party will contest the 2019 elections alone. Even though the Shiv Sena is a partner in the power of the Center and Maharashtra, the relationship with the BJP is not good. There are 48 Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra. In 2014, the NDA won 42 seats. Then the Congress-NCP got 6 seats. NCP and BJP can make an alliance in Maharashtra before or after elections. In 2014, due to the NCP, the BJP government was left in Maharashtra. Modi and Amit Shah also have good relations with the Pawar family. Not only that, for the victory of Shiv Sena, BJP also needs a strong partner.

In Maharashtra Legislative Assembly, Sharad Pawar’s NCP got 17 percent votes. At the same time, Congress got 18 percent and Shiv Sena got 19 percent. That is, after the election of the state against the BJP, the political status of the three parties is nearby. If NCP and BJP come together, according to the Lok Sabha seats, the country’s second-largest state can repeat the NDA 2014 results in Maharashtra.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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