29th March, 2021
The market of speculation has heated up with the meeting of Home Minister Amit Shah and NCP supremo Sharad Pawar amidst sharp investigation and politics over NCP and Maharashtra government surrounded in the recovery case. Although Amit Shah and Sharad Pawar are not saying anything about this meeting, Shah did not deny such a meeting.
Shah did not refuse to meet - said, some things are not made public
When asked about this, he said that everything is not made public. It is said that the two leaders met in Ahmedabad on Saturday and senior NCP leader Praful Patel was also present in it. Pawar and Shah's meeting is considered to be very important after the arrest of Sachin Vazhe and the allegations made by former Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh on Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh for extorting 100 crores every month.
Shiv Sena attacked State Home Minister and NCP leader Anil Deshmukh for the first time
Actually, after this meeting, the stance of the parties in Mumbai is also changing. State's home minister and NCP leader Anil Deshmukh were attacked indirectly for the first time by the Shiv Sena, who was listening to Sharad Pawar's voice. There is also a discussion in the political corridor that after getting a car outside Mukesh Ambani's house and the arrest of Sachin Vaje, the Shiv Sena, which was badly trapped, made an accusation of extortion against Anil Deshmukh through Parambir Singh for besieging the NCP. It is evident that all is not going well among the constituents of the Maha Vikas Aghadi government, which has been all-round in allegations of corruption. Meanwhile, Shah and Pawar's meeting has fueled the possibility of a new alliance in Maharashtra.
Shah and Pawar reaching Ahmedabad is not a coincidence
In the midst of the busy election schedules of five states, Amit Shah's arrival at Ahmedabad is not seen as normal. Amit Shah does not pay much attention to it, saying that it was not a political tour and he went to Ahmedabad only to meet his granddaughter. But during the time of Shah's arrival in Ahmedabad, Sharad Pawar, and Praful Patel's arrival there also can not be considered a coincidence. Pawar going to Jaipur for an event cannot be considered a mere coincidence. These leaders met at the corporate guest house of Adani Shantigram located on the Sarkhej Gandhinagar Highway.
Shah fiercely attacked Thackeray government
In a press conference called for Bengal elections on Sunday, Amit Shah attacked the Uddhav Thackeray government fiercely. He said that corruption and extortion in Maharashtra is not a hidden thing. Everyone knew about it. Now its evidence has come to the fore. He said that the Uddhav Thackeray government should have come out and cleared the situation on these revelations, which is too late now.
Maharashtra government safe under Uddhav's leadership: Patel
New Delhi, Agencies: Senior NCP leader Praful Patel has denied that his party is in talks with the BJP to form an alliance. He said that the Mahavikas Aghadi government of Maharashtra under the leadership of Uddhav Thackeray is stable and secure. Patel said we all know that the Mahavikas Aghadi government was formed due to Sharad Pawar. There is no reason to talk unnecessarily in the state. Meanwhile, Nawab Malik, a minister in the Maharashtra government and NCP spokesman, has denied any meeting between Sharad Pawar and Amit Shah. He said that this is complete misinformation, which is being deliberately spread to confuse people.
Anil Deshmukh 'Accidental Home Minister': Sanjay Raut
Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh has now come under attack from his ally Shiv Sena. Shiv Sena Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Raut has raised many questions on the relationship between Home Minister and Sachin Waje, saying that Deshmukh is 'Accidental Home Minister'. In his weekly column Sunday in Saamna, Raut wrote that Sachin Vaje has now become a mysterious case.
NIA throws evidence out of sweet river
State Bureau, Mumbai: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) reached the Mithi River on Sunday, with Sachin Vazhe, the suspended API of the Mumbai Police, accused in two cases. The agency, with the help of divers, collected several pieces of evidence thrown by Vazhe into the river, including a digital video recorder (DVR), computer CPU, a laptop, two-vehicle number plates.