Amidst ongoing controversy regarding his caste, Sharad Pawar, the president of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), has asserted his stance on caste-based politics.
In a press interaction on Tuesday, Pawar categorically denied engaging in politics or social work based on caste. He emphasized that he has never pursued such an approach in the past and has no intentions of doing so in the future. Pawar clarified that despite the controversy, he remains committed to addressing the grievances of the OBC (Other Backward Classes) community.
Response to Allegations
The NCP chief also took the opportunity to address the circulation of an alleged English SSC mark sheet online, claiming it belongs to him. Pawar firmly stated that the circulated mark sheet is fake, adding another layer to the ongoing controversy.
Diwali Celebration in Baramati
Pawar made these statements during his visit to Baramati for his family’s annual Diwali celebration. The timing of his comments adds significance as they coincide with the festival, a time of familial and cultural importance.
Sharad Pawar’s declarations come at a crucial juncture, aiming to quell the controversy surrounding his alleged involvement in caste-based politics while affirming his dedication to addressing the concerns of the OBC community. The denial of the authenticity of the circulated mark sheet adds another dimension to the unfolding narrative.
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