‘BJP’s washing machine did…’, what did Congress say on Ajit Pawar’s rebellion?
NCP Political Crisis: The rebellion in Maharashtra led by Ajit Pawar has increased the difficulties of NCP Chief Sharad Pawar. A political stir has arisen in the entire country after Ajit Pawar became the deputy CM in the Shinde government. Meanwhile, BJP is now being targeted by the country’s oldest party Congress. From Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh, KC Venugopal to many veteran leaders of the party have given their reaction on this.
Senior party leader KC Venugopal said that BJP’s dirty tricks department is working vigorously in Maharashtra. On the other hand, Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh said that it is clear that BJP’s washing machine has resumed its work. Along with this, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that the political developments that have taken place in Maharashtra today show that BJP wants to eliminate the opposition parties on the basis of money power and central agencies.
What did Congress leader KC Venugopal say?
Congress leader KC Venugopal said that this is not a legitimately elected government, but an ED-facilitated power grab. He said, “Maharashtra government is the product of corruption and sin. People have well recognized the traitor, corrupt and compromising leaders of Maharashtra and each one of them will be taught the lesson of their lifetime in the next election.”
Targeting the BJP and PM Narendra Modi through his tweet, the Congress leader said that on June 29, PM Modi had talked about corruption. It seems that they have switched on the washing machine and these leaders are now clean after this swearing-in ceremony.
What did party general secretary Jairam Ramesh say?
Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh said on the Maharashtra incident, “It is clear that BJP’s washing machine has resumed its work. Many of the leaders who joined the BJP-led coalition in Maharashtra today have been accused of corruption.” There were serious allegations. ED, CBI and Income Tax officials were after them. Now all of them have got a clean chit.” He said that Congress will intensify its efforts to free Maharashtra from the clutches of BJP.
What did CM Ashok Gehlot say?
Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot said that the political developments that have taken place in Maharashtra are less to be condemned. He said, “Until yesterday, including Ajit Panwar, all the leaders on whom the BJP used to accuse of corruption were included in the cabinet.” He said that the BJP has been nervous ever since the process of coming together of opposition parties started, due to which it is breaking regional parties by putting pressure from central agencies.
CM Gehlot said, “No matter how bad the BJP tries, the public has decided that it will give a befitting reply when the time comes, thwarting these attempts to kill democracy.” Along with this, Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and party’s national president Mallikarjun Kharge also spoke to NCP President Sharad Pawar on this political upheaval and supported him.
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