Sharad Pawar criticize the Modi govt over fuel price hike

Mumbai: NCP chief Sharad Pawar (Sharad Pawar) has once again targeted the BJP over the raids launched by central investigating agencies in Maharashtra. In fact, recently Sharad Pawar said, "Efforts are being made by the Central Government to put Maharashtra in trouble. ED, CBI, Income Tax Dept. Like being harassed through machines. Ed, CBI, Income Tax Department first harassed others. Ajit Pawar and his sister are now being harassed. He also said, "All central government machinery is being used only to harass the state government. Many people in the State Government were harassed. When it was observed that it had no effect, raids were now launched at Ajit Pawar and his family's hideouts in a bid to hit the big hand. But this Government will not fall.''

At the same time, he said, "Power is in their hands, so they are doing all this. But it is not going to last long. The crisis called BJP in the country has to be addressed. He then targeted the Modi government at the Centre at the Pimpri-Chinchwad meeting adjacent to Pune. He said, "Those in whose hands they gave power divided the city. Turn them sideways like pits. Give power once again to the NCP who have built the city.''

He also said, "I am going to the district to explain to the Central Government about the happiness and sorrow of the people of Maharashtra. Petrol and diesel, gas prices have gone up so much that the budget of their mothers and sisters has gone awry. When Manmohan Singh was in power, those who are in power today were not allowing the Lok Sabha to function properly. P. Chidambaram in his article today said that petrol and diesel prices can be controlled if the Central government reduces its taxes by 25 percent. But the Central Government is not ready to do so.''

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