Aurangabad : A constituent of the grand saffron alliance and president of the Rashtriya Samaj Party Mahadev Jankar ascertained that voice in the video clip, which threatens villagers of water cut, is of the Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and his narco test should be conducted.

Jankar who contested Lok Sabha election from Baramati constituency against Supriya Sule was in Aurangabad to address his party workers’ meet on Monday. Talking to reporters prior to the party meeting, Jankar claimed that the voice in the video clip is of Pawar though he is denying the same. He is never going to admit the truth as he is aware of the consequences. Therefore, a narco test should be conducted to reveal the truth. If his claim proves false, he (Jankar) will quit public life and will opt for ‘Sanyas’, said Jankar.

Pawar has no right to continue in the chair of Deputy Chief Minister and therefore should quit it. People in general and youngsters in particular are fed up with his ‘Dadagiri’ and they are willing to get rid of it. The voting percentage in Baramati has increased. Youngsters came out and voted for him. The increased voting is in his favour and this will pave his way for victory after which he will become a giant killer and will also have a berth in Union cabinet, Jankar claimed.

Targeting the senior Pawar, Jankar said that he (Sharad Pawar) never bothered for industrial labourers, farmers, shepherds and economically weaker sections of the society. These people continue to face financial crisis and Sharad Pawar showed his keenness in protecting his interest instead of these people. Jankar said that NCP is accusing Shiv Sena of being communal, but the fact is that NCP is communal.

Giving a piece of advice to Supriya Sule, Jankar said that it is enough now and she should go to her husband. Sharad Pawar landed in trouble on umpteen occasions because of her and if she continues staying at Baramati, Sharad Pawar will be nowhere in the next election, prophesised Jankar.

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