“No party is big or small in the MVA. All the partners are equally important and we will work together with respect for each other,” he mentioned. Pawar was in Pune the place he interacted with media individuals. His response comes towards the backdrop of a latest assertion made by his nephew Ajit Pawar additionally a senior NCP chief and the chief of the opposition within the state meeting in Kolhapur on Saturday.
Ajit Pawar had mentioned that the NCP is now the massive brother within the MVA because it has the utmost seats among the many companions within the state legislative meeting.
The NCP chief additionally refuted claims that there’s disagreement among the many alliance leaders over sharing of seats for the upcoming elections.
“There has been absolutely no discussion on sharing of seats (among MVA partners). We have only decided that two leaders from each party in the alliance will be nominated for talks. If these leaders hit a roadblock anywhere, the ultimate call will be taken by me, Uddhav Thackeray, Sonia Gandhi and Mallikarjun Kharge,” he mentioned.
Earlier on Monday, former chief minister and senior Congress chief Prithviraj Chavan, reacting to Ajit Pawar’s ‘large brother’ assertion, mentioned that primarily based on the energy of MVA alliance companions in legislative meeting, NCP is the primary occasion.
“There may be nothing flawed in what Ajit Pawar has mentioned. Contemplating the present seats with the MVA companions, NCP is on the primary spot adopted by Congress and Shiv Sena, respectively,” he mentioned.
He added that the present energy within the state meeting is not going to be the one standards for the seat-sharing components for future elections. Different components will probably be mentioned earlier than reaching a consensus which the senior management will consider, he added.
In the meantime, NCP chief Chhagan Bhujbal on Monday informed media individuals in Nashik that the ‘winnability’ issue will resolve sharing of seats within the MVA.
“Criteria like the strength of the parties in each constituency coupled with ‘winnability’ will be considered before the final decision is taken,” he mentioned.