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Sharad Pawar’s Tactical Moves: NCP’s Guerrilla Warfare Draws Attention

Shiv Sena's Sanjay Raut Highlights Sharad Pawar's Guerilla Warfare Approach Amidst Party Exodus

In a recent development, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) president Sharad Pawar’s strategic response to the party’s internal challenges has been likened to guerrilla warfare tactics. Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut, from Uddhav Thackeray’s faction, shed light on this aspect during a press interaction. Raut emphasized that while the NCP engages in a political battle with the BJP on a larger stage, Sharad Pawar and his associates have resorted to an unconventional approach to address the internal party turmoil.

This revelation comes on the heels of a significant event where Ajit Pawar and eight NCP MLAs joined the Eknath Shinde government in Maharashtra on July 2. This move led to a notable division within the party founded by Sharad Pawar. Initially, Sharad Pawar refuted any signs of a split, even affirming Ajit Pawar as the party leader. However, he later contradicted his own statement, causing a stir in the political landscape.

Sanjay Raut firmly asserted that Sharad Pawar’s affiliation with the BJP remains out of the question. He highlighted that Pawar is a key figure in the Maha Vikas Aghadi alliance, which comprises the Shiv Sena, NCP, and the Indian National Congress. Raut clarified that this does not imply a dual allegiance, emphasizing that everyone is well aware of Sharad Pawar’s stance.

Raut acknowledged that both the Shiv Sena and the NCP have experienced their share of internal divides. He drew attention to the fact that despite this, the two parties continue to work together under the alliance’s umbrella.

Notably, Sharad Pawar’s stance on the party’s leadership shifted over a short span of time. Initially, he suggested that Ajit Pawar is the leader, but he later distanced himself from this statement. Sharad Pawar asserted that Supriya Sule, Ajit Pawar’s younger sister, is the one who should address leadership matters. He expressed that there is no need to politicize this family perspective and that media coverage distorted his earlier remarks.

Earlier, reports had circulated that Sharad Pawar endorsed Ajit Pawar’s continued leadership within the NCP. However, Pawar clarified that while some members may have taken a different political stand, it doesn’t equate to a formal split within the party. These statements were made during a media interaction in his hometown of Baramati, Pune district, before he departed for Kolhapur.

The unfolding dynamics within the NCP and Sharad Pawar’s nuanced responses underscore the complexity of internal party politics and strategic decision-making in the face of challenges. As the political landscape continues to evolve, these developments will likely shape the course of Maharashtra’s political future.

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