NCP Affirms Unwavering Support and Trust in Supremo Sharad Pawar

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New Delhi, 5th October 2023: In a resounding display of unity and unwavering commitment, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) convened an extended working committee meeting at the Constitution Club in New Delhi on October 5th. During this significant gathering, a resolution reaffirming the unity of the party and expressing deep trust in the leadership of NCP Supremo Sharad Pawar was presented.

Members of the extended national working committee came together to declare their solidarity in the face of external political assaults, which have been aimed at undermining the collective efforts of dedicated party workers over the years. These attacks, the members noted, were driven by vested interests seeking to weaken the party’s remarkable progress in the state of Maharashtra.

“We reject attempts to erode our unity and understand that our strength lies in our abilities to stand united and support one another to achieve our shared goals,” declared NCP National President (Minorities), Ikram Khan, a staunch supporter of NCP Chief Sharad Pawar and a vital member of the party’s top leadership.

The gathering also voiced strong condemnation of the central government’s audacious move to remove the words ‘socialist’ and ‘secular’ from the preamble of the constitution. Additionally, they expressed deep concern over the deteriorating law and order situation in Manipur, which has witnessed ongoing violence and a total breakdown of government machinery.

Amidst these challenges, NCP members wholeheartedly reaffirmed their faith in Sharad Pawar’s leadership. They pledged to prepare for the upcoming elections under his visionary guidance, emphasizing their commitment to uphold the values and principles that have long defined the party.

The extended working committee meeting underscored the importance of unity and unwavering support for their leader as they navigate the complex political landscape and strive to further the NCP’s mission in Maharashtra and beyond.