Sunday, October 7, 2018

Sharad Pawar will not Contest 2019 Elections: Senior NCP Leader Ajit Pawar


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The NCP held a two-day meeting to discuss 2019 Lok Sabha elections




Sharad Pawar told NCP leaders to not counsel his name for 2019 Lok Sabha polls

MUMBAI: Ending days of speculation, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Ajit Pawar has aforementioned that party president Sharad Pawar won't contest the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Addressing the media in urban center on weekday, man Pawar aforementioned, the NCP big cheese doesn't wish his name "proposed from any seat."
"Sharad Pawar remains our supreme leader. he's seventy eight years previous currently and he feels that he should not contest the Lok Sabha polls. Some party staff in Pune had requested him to contest however he told them clearly that he will not contest and his name mustn't be planned from any seat," aforementioned man Pawar. He has additionally asked party staff to counsel the name of "any different candidate that they will have in mind," intercalary man Pawar.

Speaking concerning candidates, NCP lawgiver from Thane, Jitendra Ahwad told press association cuckoo that the NCP chief isn't loth to the political campaign of Parth Pawar, son of Ajit Pawar, for the Mawal Lok Sabha seat. "The name are finalised when discussions with party staff," aforementioned man Ahwad.

The NCP is holding a two-day meeting with party leaders to debate candidates for the Lok Sabha elections next year.

The NCP has demanded a 50-50 seat-sharing formula for Maharashtra's forty eight Lok Sabha seats in its alliance talks with the Congress. the 2 parties had entered into AN alliance in 2014 once the Congress oppose twenty seven seats whereas the NCP place up candidates on twenty one seats.

Both the Congress and also the NCP have already started their election preparations within the state for 2019 one by one.

The geographical area Congress aforementioned on Th that the ultimate contours of the planned alliance of opposition within the state can emerge at intervals a month. consecutive meeting of the Congress and NCP leaders to debate seat-sharing are stayed October 12, state Congress chief Ashok Chavan told press association PTI.