What Chhagan Bhujbal wants in the Mahagathbandhan, the Sharad Pawar faction wants the same in the Maha Vikas Aghadi; How many seats do they want?

After the Lok Sabha elections, the preparations for the assembly elections have begun in the state. Now there is a possibility of differences between the ruling Mahagathbandhan and the opposition Maha Vikas Aghadi regarding the distribution of seats. The Ajit Pawar faction in the Mahagathbandhan demands that we should also get the same number of seats as Eknath Shinde has been given. Earlier also, NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal had demanded 80 to 85 seats. Similarly, the Sharad Pawar faction in the Maha Vikas Aghadi has also demanded the same number of seats.

Sharad Pawar faction wants maximum seats- Rohit Pawar

Sharad Pawar’s grandson and MLA Rohit Pawar has demanded 85 seats in the Mahavikas Aghadi. As Sharad Pawar’s 85th birthday is coming in December, Rohit Pawar has said that he wants to give him 85 MLAs. Rohit Pawar has also given instructions about the need to work as an officer at the taluka and district level. Rohit Pawar has said in his speech that BJP will be ousted in the upcoming assembly elections.

Pawar sahab is our Brahmastra. When the common man faces any problem, he looks towards Sharad Pawar. Pawar sahab is not just a person but this is the idea of ​​​​the fight. There are some leaders who are standing on two rocks. They want to say either come here or go there. Rohit Pawar said that it is necessary to solve the NEET subject or the questions of the students. After the split, both the factions celebrated the anniversary of the party. The anniversary of Sharad Pawar faction was organized in Ahmednagar.

Will debate ignite over space allocation?

The possibility of dispute over seat sharing in Mahavikas Aghadi cannot be ruled out. It will be important to see how the Thackeray faction, Sharad Pawar faction and Congress negotiate. There is a fierce battle going on between the three parties on many assembly seats. Therefore, it will be important to see what solution Sharad Pawar, the architect of Mahavikas Aghadi, adopts on this and what role he plays in the future.


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