Ajit Pawar aims to win upcoming polls with strength of activists

Mumbai, Jan 8 (UNI) NCP National President and Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar expressed his strong belief that the workers are the backbone of his party, and with the strength of these workers, we have to win the war of the upcoming elections.

Pawar addressed the Mumbai NCP Congress dialogue meeting at the Shanmukhananda Auditorium in Mumbai on Sunday night.

Pawar criticised the party’s growth in Mumbai, stating that it focused solely on rural areas and hoped to gain strength from the work under Sameer Bhujbal’s leadership, which has not yet occurred.

We are running out of time now. Keep up the good start. While working, there is a problem, but understand it, work, and explain whether the image of the person to whom you are giving or about to give a post is good in his department, he said.

He further said, I will ask our MLAs to give time for one day in a week. Today, we saw what happens when activists get to work. Shiv Sena was only in Mumbai, after which it reached Konkan. We also have that determination; we will start the same work. Ask me to come to different parts of Mumbai in the morning. He inspects public welfare works and gives his word that he will not let this Mumbaipuri lose even one rupee.

It is being bombarded that an industrialist will benefit from the tender in Dharavi. Let’s go deep into it. The questions of the people should be read. We have the strength and courage to solve the problem.

The government is working in the state through Mahayuti. In Mumbai, we could not reach the right number in Vidhan Sabha, Lok Sabha, and Municipal Corporation. Ajit Pawar also expressed the opinion that the person contesting the election in his ward should be supported.

Minorities, OBCs, and backward class communities were not allowed to suffer from a lack of funds, and we insisted that we were working for the underprivileged and multi-ethnic communities.

NCP is giving the people the belief that this state is mine; it is the government of the common people.

‘I do not work or post on social media to promote myself, ‘ Ajit Pawar said.

Ajit Pawar stated that he wakes up early in the morning to observe how people’s work will be done.

National Working President MP Praful Patel, State President MP Sunil Tatkare, Food and Civil Supplies Minister Chhagan Bhujbal, Mumbai Division President Sameer Bhujbal, State Vice President Pramod Hindurao, Women State President Rupalitai Chakankar, and Youth State President Suraj Chavan were among the six district presidents of the party. All taluk presidents, workers, and officials were present in large numbers.

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