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Sharad Pawar gave a big statement regarding PM Modi’s insult and seat sharing, said this

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Sharad Pawar gave statement regarding insult of PM Modi

Mumbai: NCP chief Sharad Pawar’s big statement regarding PM Modi has come out. Sharad Pawar said, ‘We have differences with each other but insulting the Prime Minister in a foreign country is not acceptable to us.’

It is noteworthy that recently the ministers of Maldives had made objectionable comments on PM Modi. Actually, PM Modi had shared pictures of his visit to Lakshadweep on social media on January 4. On which people commented that now Indians should go to Lakshadweep and not Maldives. After which Mariam Shiuna, a minister in the Muizzu government, made objectionable tweets on PM Modi’s pictures. Maldivian leaders Malsha Sharif and Mahjoom Majeed also surrounded India. After which Indian social media users took Maldives to task and criticized it fiercely.

Also spoke on Bilkis Bano case

Sharad Pawar said that the decision given by the Supreme Court in the Bilkis Bano case is going to help the common man. It is expected from the Chief Minister and Home Minister of Maharashtra Government that they will cooperate in the justice process as per what the court said in this case.

Statement also given regarding seat sharing

Regarding seat sharing in Delhi, Sharad Pawar said that there will be a primary discussion on it. Jitendra Awhad will be attending from our side. We will raise the issue of including Prakash Ambedkar in the India alliance.

Sharad said that I have no answer to those who mention my age. I have two years of Rajya Sabha tenure left. So should I skip my term? Sharad also gave a statement regarding Lord Ram. Sharad said that Ram is the subject of faith of the country. It would have been better if Jitendra Awhad had not made that statement.

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