Maharashtra: There is a huge discontent in society, says Ajit Pawar

Mumbai: Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader and former deputy chief minsiter, Ajit Pawar said, “Nobody seems to be happy in the society today. Be it a farmer, Legislator or Member of Parliament. Moreover farmers are being attacked, nothing is worse.”  Pawar said public needs to keep aside their anger about what his uncle and president of NCP said should be kept aside for the moment, taking understanding the overall situation in the society.

Sharad Pawar had recently got into trouble over his comments on Rafale deal and saying he did not think Prime Minister Narendra Modi.  Legislator of Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP), Ashish Deshmukh from Katol constituency, Vidarbha, has tendered his resignation. “If legislators from the ruling party are getting angry and resigning, imagine the amount of anger in the common man. Nobody is satisfied today. And it is time for the BJP to introspect,” said Pawar. Pawar said he will meet Deshmukh when he comes to Mumbai.

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