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Sharad Pawar said- Shiv Sena's trusted party, Balasaheb also kept his promise; Raut spoke- Modi is the top leader

Discussions in Maharashtra on Uddhav-Modi meeting:Sharad Pawar said- Shiv Sena's trusted party, Balasaheb also kept his promise; Raut spoke- Modi is the top leader

Narendra Modi and Uddhav Thackeray had closed-door discussions for 100 minutes

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray met Narendra Modi on June 8. Political discussions then gained momentum. Assumptions were also made about the coalition government of Maharashtra. The atmosphere was heated after Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut's statement. Raut said that Narendra Modi is the top leader of the country.

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During the statement, Sharad Pawar, chief of the National Congress Party, an ally in the Maharashtra government, said the Maharashtra coalition government would complete its five years. He reminded the people of Bala Saheb Thackeray's statement that Shiv Sena does not turn a blind eye to its promises. So why are there thousands of discussions against a 100 minute visit right now, here are 3 reasons ....

1. Modi-Uddhav met, if questions arose, Uddhav reminded of the old relationship.
On June 7, Prime Minister Modi made the biggest announcement that .... 18 plus vaccination will be free. A day later, Uddhav visited Delhi on June 8. Met Modi and also discussed for about 100 minutes. He was accompanied by Deputy CM Ajit Pawar and Minister Ashok Chauhan, but the Uddhav-Modi meeting was held behind closed doors.


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There was a lot of discussion about this. Uddhav said, "Even if we are not together politically, it does not mean that our relationship is over." Did I go to meet any Nawaz Sharif? That I have to hide. What's wrong with me if I meet him face to face?

2. When Raut called Modi the top leader, he felt that relations were improving again. On
leadership, Sanjay Raut on Thursday said, "I believe that Narendra Modi is the top leader in the country and the same leader in the Bharatiya Janata Party." No one can deny the fact that all the success that the BJP has achieved in the last 7 years is due to Narendra Modi.

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However, with the statement, Raut said about the BJP's defeat in the Assembly elections, Modi did not need to be present in such an election campaign as he is now the leader of the country.

3. Sharad Pawar reminded Shiv Sena of Bala Saheb, hinted not to leave.
Between political statements and Uddhav-Modi meeting, Sharad Pawar said that the coalition government of Maharashtra would last for 5 years. He said that Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress will fight the Assembly elections together in the next 2024 elections and our performance will be good. Shiv Sena is a party that can be trusted. Bala Saheb also kept his promise to Indira Gandhi.

"We never thought we would form a government with Shiv Sena, because we never worked together," Pawar said. But, all three parties have done admirable work together during the epidemic period.

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