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Amit Shah opens up on Maharashtra debacle, says no case removed against Ajit Pawar



Mumbai: BJP President Amit Shah on Wednesday opened up on Maharashtra debacle and claimed that not a single case has been dropped against Ajit Pawar.

Shah admitted that it was not the BJP which went to Ajit Pawar but it was him which came to the saffron party.

“Ajit Pawar was confident that he had the numbers, as he was the head of the legislative party. He believed that the MLAs would listen to him. When he came to know that he did not have the numbers, he withdrew. It’s their party matter. I don’t want to comment on that,” Shah explained.

It is worth mentioning here that citing ideological differences, Shiv Sena leader and member of its IT Cell Ramesh Solanki quit the party with which he was associated for 21 years, albeit on an amicable note, late on Tuesday.

While, the Supreme Court on Wednesday refused an urgent hearing on a plea of a BJP activist accusing the Shiv Sena of committing breach of trust by aligning with the Congress and Nationalist Congress Party to form a government in Maharashtra.


Sachin Pilot sacked as Deputy Chief Minister, also removed from party post




After the rebellion of Sachin Pilot in Rajasthan and Monday’s efforts of Manmunwala, the party high command has dismissed Sachin Pilot as Deputy Chief Minister. He has also been removed from the post of party president.

In place of the pilot, Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara has been made the state president. Apart from Sachin Pilot, Vishvendra Singh and Ramesh Meena have been dismissed from the cabinet.

Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala announced the removal of Sachin Pilot from the post of state minister as well as minister.

Surjewal said that along with the pilot, Vishvendra Singh and Ramesh Meena are also being removed from the post of ministers. Surjewala said that the Congress MLAs were demanding action against Pilot.

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