Ahead of the Nationalist Congress Party’s national executive meeting, posters have been put up by the senior Pawar faction outside Sharad Pawar’s residence in Delhi. These posters draw a striking parallel between Ajit Pawar’s recent move to take control of the party and the betrayal depicted in the blockbuster movie Baahubali. The posters have sparked controversy and caught the attention of the public.
Portraying Ajit Pawar as ‘Gaddar’ (Traitor) and Katappa
The posters feature silhouettes resembling Sharad Pawar and Ajit Pawar, with Ajit Pawar labeled as ‘Gaddar’ (traitor) and drawing a connection to Katappa, the character in Baahubali who betrays the protagonist. The message on the poster highlights the public’s watchful eyes on hidden traitors and their aversion towards such fraudulent individuals.
NCP Crisis Intensifies Ahead of National Executive Meeting
The timing of these posters is significant as NCP President Sharad Pawar has called for a national executive meeting in New Delhi. This meeting follows Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar’s aspiration to become the Chief Minister of the state and his jibe at Sharad Pawar regarding retirement from active politics. The power struggle within the NCP has escalated further with Ajit Pawar staking a claim to the party name and poll symbol.
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