New Delhi: Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar took an oblique dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi throughout a press interplay on Tuesday. Pawar, when requested about Prime Minister Modi mentioning Pawar as his political mentor, mentioned he didn’t know it may cost him a lot.
According to experiences, Prime Minister Modi mentioned he entered politics by “holding the finger of Pawar”, which meant that Pawar helped him throughout the early levels of his political journey.
When requested to remark on this assertion, Pawar mentioned, “I had no idea it would cost me this much.”
Speaking to reporters in Thane, Pawar accused Narendra Modi’s authorities of failing to ship on any of the guarantees it had made since 2014, together with bringing ‘acche din’, connecting villages by way of the web and offering bathrooms, food and drinks. water and electrical energy to each house”.
The Bharatiya Janata Party’s agenda is to maintain smaller events out of energy, Pawar mentioned.
“Efforts are underway at the national level to unite non-BJP parties and create public opinion against the BJP,” he mentioned.
Pawar, 81, mentioned he did not wish to take on any duties at that age.
“I will only help bring non-BJP parties together to generate public opinion against the BJP,” he mentioned.
“The Union government has made several promises since the 2014 general election, but it has never delivered on a single promise. The Prime Minister had promised a house to every person in the country, but the government has not kept his word. Now the new promise is to create a $5 trillion economy by 2024,” Pawar said.