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Yuva Sangharsh Yatra Culminates in Nagpur with Strong Words from Sanjay Raut

Sanjay Raut Criticizes Ruling Coalition and Targets Ajit Pawar in Virat Sabha Meeting

Nagpur, | December 13, 2023: The Yuva Sangharsh Yatra, spearheaded by MLA Rohit Pawar from the Nationalist Congress Party under the guidance of Sharad Pawar, concluded in Nagpur today. The closing meeting, marked by fiery speeches and political fervor, saw Sanjay Raut addressing the crowd with a barrage of criticisms aimed at the ruling coalition and Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar.

Addressing the enthusiastic gathering, Raut started by asserting that the assembly was not just a meeting but a Virat Sabha, a bold warning to those eyeing the political landscape of Maharashtra. He took a direct jab at Prime Minister Narendra Modi, claiming that while Modi guarantees his presence throughout the country, the assembly guarantees victory specifically in Maharashtra.

In his distinctive style, Raut went on to criticize the ruling grand coalition, stating, “By breaking our party, we will break you in the 2024 elections.” He highlighted the resilience of Maharashtra, affirming that the state would not bend to external pressures. Raut passionately appealed to the attendees, urging them to support the cause by stating, “So, put your hands on our backs and just say fight.”

Raut did not shy away from expressing his displeasure with the current state of affairs, particularly targeting Ajit Pawar. He humorously remarked, “We have come here today to wish the elder Pawar on his birthday and to bless the younger Pawar, but the middle Pawar is hanging somewhere.” Raut continued by suggesting that Ajit Pawar would soon realize he is “hanging from the wrong tree.”

The outspoken leader asserted that the Mahavikas Aghadi government would be reinstated in Maharashtra, dismissing any influence from the political winds of Madhya Pradesh. Raut concluded by emphasizing the importance of continued struggle, stating, “The country has stopped for the last 10 years, so we have to walk.”

As the Yuva Sangharsh Yatra came to an end, the political landscape in Maharashtra witnessed a fervent declaration of intent, setting the stage for what promises to be a dynamic and closely watched 2024 election season.


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