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Sanjay Raut Claims Eknath Shinde Shivsena Is Not Happy Ajit Pawar Finance Ministry BJP NCP Reacts



Sanjay Raut on Ajit Pawar: MP Sanjay Raut claimed on Saturday (July 15) that Chief Minister Eknath Shinde’s Shiv Sena had requested the BJP leadership in Delhi not to give the finance department to Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Ajit Pawar, but he did not agree.

Raut also claimed that Shinde’s Shiv Sena was told that if it has a problem in giving Ajit Pawar the finance ministry in the Maharashtra government, then it can exchange the post and give him (Ajit Pawar) the post of chief minister. Responding to Raut’s claim, Ajit Pawar said that it is an attempt to spoil the atmosphere unnecessarily.

What did Sanjay Raut say?
Raut claimed, “They went to Delhi and no attention was given to them. They were told that if they are willing to stay (in government). Delhi said that if you have a problem with Ajit Pawar having the finance department, then keep the department with him and exchange the post and give him (Pawar) the post of chief minister. I have this information.

Pawar was allotted the Ministry of Finance and Planning when the nine NCP MLAs who joined the Eknath Shinde-Devendra Fadnavis government on July 2 were allotted portfolios on Friday (July 14). The finance department was under Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.

What was the accusation against Ajit Pawar?
Shinde and other Shiv Sena MLAs cited Ajit Pawar’s withholding of funds as finance minister in the previous Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government as one of the reasons for the revolt against Uddhav Thackeray last year.

Raut said that welcoming Ajit Pawar in the state cabinet and as finance minister shows the helplessness of the Shinde faction. He said, “The importance of the Shinde faction was limited only to breaking the Shiv Sena and now it is over.” I doubt whether the Ajit Pawar faction will remain in power for long. Use BJP’s policy and throw it away.

What did Ajit Pawar answer?
Asked about Raut’s claim that the faction led by Shinde was asked to step down as chief minister because he was not ready to leave the finance department, Ajit Pawar said, “I don’t know. This is an attempt to spoil the atmosphere unnecessarily. We are happy with the allocation of departments. He said in Nashik that about 14 posts (in the Cabinet) are vacant and expansion of the Cabinet is the prerogative of the Chief Minister.

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