New Delhi : Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) supremo Sharad Pawar on Wednesday lashed out at Prime Minister Modi for his divisive policies and spread of communal hatred in the country.
Though the NCP constitution envisages him to be the life-term president, he was formally re-elected as the party’s national president at the seventh national convention held here.
Describing Modi as a threat to the country and the most anti-farmer government in the history of independent India, Pawar called upon all like-minded parties to come together to overthrow his communal government.
He also talked of bringing some innovation in the party to expand its base across the country.
Party general secretary Tariq Anwar said the NCP was trying its best to bring together all secular forces to oust the Modi government in the next elections.
“We aim to bring together the like-minded secular people of the country to stand against the present regime. Our efforts are to get together all the secular and democratic parties in the country to win the next election,” Tariq said.