Mumbai: Nationalist Congress Party chief and Maharashtra veteran Sharad Pawar is angered. His displeasure is over calling the relatives to the leaders leaving the party. In fact, he got angry on Friday when a journalist asked him about the news that his relative and former Maharashtra minister Padam Singh Patil is going to leave the party and join the BJP. Pawar was upset at the mention of the relative's words and asked the journalist to apologize and leave the media briefing.
In the press conference held in Shrirampur, Pawar was questioned in front of some leaders of his party to join BJP or Shiv Sena late in the day. These leaders are joining BJP in the name of 'development'. Responding to a question in this regard, the former Union Minister said, for 10-15 years, he had developed only in this party. Now perhaps they want more development and the BJP and Shiv Sena may have told them some way to achieve this.
Sharad Pawar said, "Although I do not know what kind of development it is. A journalist then asked him "not only the leader, but also his relatives" leaving the 20-year-old party. The journalist named NCP leader Padam Singh Patil of Osmanabad. Patil is the brother-in-law of Pawar's nephew Ajit Pawar.
It seemed that Pawar did not like to hear the word 'relative' and even then the NCP leader got angry after the reporter remained adamant on this question. Pawar said, "Where did the relative's question come from? What you are saying is wrong. Where did the question of relatives in politics come from? ”
It is worth mentioning that these days the leaders of Congress and NCP in Maharashtra are leaving their party and joining BJP and Shiv Sena.