The Election Commission has called the rival factions of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) for a hearing on October 6. Ajit Pawar A faction led by NCP had rebelled against NCP leader Sharad Pawar and approached the Election Commission, laying claim to the party’s name and election symbol.

Both factions of NCP stake claim on the party

As each faction of NCP is claiming to be the party, the matter requires determination by the Commission under Para 15 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order 1968. In such a situation, the Commission has directed both the groups to be present personally or through their authorized representative for the hearing in the case on October 6. Citing the rules, it is being said that the Commission will now start the hearing under Para 15 of the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allotment) Order.

Ajit Pawar rebelled against uncle Sharad Pawar and joined Shinde government.

It is noteworthy that two days before he rebelled against his uncle Sharad Pawar to join the Maharashtra government in early July, NCP leader Ajit Pawar had approached the Election Commission on June 30 and sought to contest the elections along with the name of the party. The mark was also claimed. Later, Ajit also declared himself the party president with the support of 40 MLAs.

The group led by Sharad Pawar had told the Election Commission that there is no dispute in the party.

Recently, the Sharad Pawar-led faction had told the Election Commission that there is no dispute in the party, except that some people have separated from the organization for their personal ambitions. In this, reference was made to the rebel group led by Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar.

Ajit Pawar made a big revelation about joining Shinde government

Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar on Sunday, September 10, claimed that almost all the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) MLAs had written a letter to Sharad Pawar urging him to join the Eknath Shinde government when the Uddhav Thackeray-led government Was about to go. Thackeray’s Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government comprising NCP, Congress and Shiv Sena had fallen in June last year due to the rebellion of Eknath Shinde. This rebellion lasted from June 21 to June 30 last year, when Shinde became the Chief Minister with the support of the Bharatiya Janata Party. During the rebellion led by Shinde, many NCP MLAs were taken to Surat in Gujarat, and from there to Assam.

Ajit Pawar had said that if his claim was proved wrong then he would retire from politics.

Ajit Pawar had said in a rally in Kolhapur, when Uddhav Thackeray’s government was about to fall, almost all the NCP MLAs wrote a letter to the party chief (Sharad Pawar) urging him to join the government (by supporting BJP). did. He had said, if this (what he has said) is wrong then I will immediately retire from politics. If my claim is true then those spreading lies will have to retire (from politics).