Newly Elected MPs Have No Desire for Reelection: Sharad Pawar

I haven't heard anything directly from anyone about discontent within the NDA MPs. It's too early to predict the course right now, said Pawar.
Newly Elected MPs Have No Desire for Reelection: Sharad Pawar

Pune: Nationalist Congress Party (Sharadchandra Pawar) Chief Sharad Pawar has stated that none of the newly elected Member of Parliaments (MPs) have desire for re-election. Pawar was commenting on the possibility of MPs from the ruling NDA parties being dissatisfied.

Sharad Pawar expressed his unawareness regarding reports of dissatisfaction among NDA MPs. "I haven't heard anything directly from anyone about discontent within the NDA MPs. The parliamentary session has commenced with serious economic implications from the outset. "The first session is underway, and it's too early to predict the course until the second session," Pawar added.

"The troubles faced by journalists during covering elections are akin to the rainy season hardships for us. None of the newly elected MPs have a desire to face re-election," he remarked.

Responding to Maharashtra's economic condition, Pawar criticized the state's borrowing practices, calling it the second most indebted state with grave economic resolutions needed.

Pawar emphasized, "If you have your pockets empty and still go to the market for shopping, then I don't need to say what would happen. The Maharashtra electorate has given a mandate in the recent Lok Sabha elections, and therefore, the ruling parties are making populist announcements. They are claiming that they will provide everything they have announced. Now, only a few days are remaining and we will get to know the reality."

Furthermore, Pawar clarified his non-involvement in the Ashadhi Wari pilgrimage event. "I won't walk in the procession. I would rather welcome the pilgrims from my village when they pass through," he confirmed.

Pawar had also commented on the timing of retirement. "Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli chose to retire while still in great form. Athletes often lose their form after a certain period, but these two have made the right decision at the peak of their careers. Their contributions to world cricket and India's reputation in the sport are significant. Now, they are stepping aside to make way for new talents, which is a commendable stance," Pawar said.

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