Pune: I’ll Avenge My Brother Parth Pawar’s Loss in Maval – Rohit Pawar

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Varad Bhatkhande

Pimpri Chinchwad, 23rd April 2024: Karjat Jamkhed MLA and NCP Sharadchandra Pawar Party leader Rohit Pawar visited Pimpri Chinchwad city to file the nomination papers of Mahavikas Aghadi’s Maval candidate, Sanjog Waghere. At that time, he was speaking with the media.

In response to Ajit Pawar’s actions, Rohit Pawar stated, “Ajit Pawar considered Sharad Pawar as his father but abandoned his support, aligning with the BJP to safeguard his interests. He ignored that the same candidate Shrirang Barne defeated his son, Parth, by a significant margin. Ajit Pawar has a lot to answer for, not just regarding Parth’s defeat. I’m here in Maval to avenge my brother Parth Pawar’s loss. The betrayer must face consequences, and we will use all means necessary, even in the face of pressure and threats from the opposition. As for Barne, the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister, who came for his nomination filing, left without a word. Devendra Fadnavis has tainted Maharashtra’s political culture since 2014.”

Regarding the ‘AB’ form incident, Rohit Pawar explained, “Ajit Pawar was responsible for issuing the ‘AB form’. I received it from him and proceeded to contest the Zilla Parishad elections. It’s important to clarify that I had no intention of running independently. Sharad Pawar had raised valid questions about why Vidhan Sabha and Lok Sabha elections were not being considered, and there was no valid opposition to this suggestion. Ajit Pawar’s statements on the matter were only partially truthful.”

On the topic of security measures for Parth, Rohit Pawar ironically argued, “Home Minister Devendra Fadnavis may readily provide security to MLAs, leaders, and their children, but conveniently overlooks issues like Koyta gangs, attacks on common citizens, and the oppression of women. It’s rather amusing, isn’t it? Parth should be granted Z-level security, not just Y. Perhaps, to ensure his safety effectively, we might need to consider providing him with two tanks—one for the front and one for the rear.”