In a significant development, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, a rebel NCP leader, has announced that both factions of the NCP will present their arguments before the Election Commission on October 6. This move comes after the Election Commission refused to accept the claims made by the Sharad Pawar-led bloc that there was no split within the NCP. Here’s what Ajit Pawar had to say regarding the upcoming EC hearing:
The Stand of Maharashtra’s Deputy CM
Ajit Pawar expressed his willingness to abide by the final decision of the Election Commission, which will be made after hearing both sides on October 6. He emphasized that the Election Commission’s verdict would be binding, and he would respect it.
Background on the Dispute
The NCP symbol dispute centers on which faction, led by either Sharad Pawar or Ajit Pawar, will be entitled to use the party’s symbol in the upcoming elections. The Election Commission has called for a hearing to consider arguments from both sides before making a decision.
The Road Ahead
As the NCP awaits the crucial Election Commission hearing, the political landscape in Maharashtra remains tense. The outcome of this dispute could have far-reaching implications for the party’s future and the broader political scenario in the state.
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