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A good strike rate does not mean this… Sanjay Raut clearly said on Sharad Pawar’s statement

Ritul Pandey

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The bugle for assembly elections has been sounded in Maharashtra. All the parties have started testing how many seats they have to contest. There are problems in Mahayuti and Mahavikas Aghadi. After the crushing defeat of the Mahagathbandhan in the Lok Sabha elections, now Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has started thinking. In this, NCP’s Sharad Pawar has also started meetings with farmers. Sharad Pawar has given a statement to contest 100 seats in the assembly. Shiv Sena Uddhav Thackeray faction leader Sanjay Raut has disagreed with this. Sanjay Raut has raised the eyebrows of political observers as he has said that nothing has been decided yet on seat allocation and everything will be decided after June 25.

Sharad Pawar is the pillar and guide of the Mahavikas Aghadi. But there has been no discussion on seat sharing yet. He is also an equal partner in this alliance. Everyone has fought the Lok Sabha elections together and won. We will start discussions soon. Sanjay Raut has said that we will meet together on June 25.

Meeting in Delhi on 25th June

An important meeting of the India Alliance will be held in Delhi on June 25. Seat allocation will also be discussed in this meeting. Sharad Pawar’s strike rate is definitely good this time. But this does not mean that he should fight for more seats. This time Shiv Sena was targeted more. Our hideout in Mumbai was raided. No one got less seats. MP Sanjay Raut has said that after the monsoon session we will sit together and discuss.

Sharad Pawar’s meeting in Pune

Pune Sharad Pawar has held a meeting with his party workers. In this meeting, Pune city NCP chief Prashant Jagtap said that Sharad Pawar has indicated that he will contest the assembly elections with full force. The party will now adopt a more aggressive strategy. In the Lok Sabha elections, the NCP was ready to contest fewer seats than the Congress. But Prashant Jagtap said that this policy will not work in the assembly elections.

Enthusiasm increased due to victory in Lok Sabha

The Lok Sabha elections were fought by the constituent parties of the Mahavikas Aghadi. According to the Bharat Aghadi formula, the Uddhav Thackeray faction contested the maximum number of 21 seats. They won 9 seats. While the Congress won the maximum number of 13 seats. While the NCP won 8 seats. The strike rate of the Uddhav Thackeray group was low. Congress got a big victory. They lost only four seats. Sharad Pawar lost 2 seats.

Ritul Pandey

Ritul Pandey

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