NCP’s “survival is in jeopardy,” according to BJP national vice-president Dilip Ghosh, who declared this on Tuesday.
Tuesday, BJP national vice-president Dilip Ghosh predicted a “bigger change” in Maharashtra politics as NCP president Sharad Pawar revealed his intention to stand aside as the party’s leader.
There has been some unrest in Maharashtra politics for a number of days, according to Ghosh. Some discussions have been going on…This is the outcome of it. NCP’s continued existence is under danger, he continued, as Sharad Pawar is eroding in influence.
What will happen to Sharad Pawar’s nephew now that he is stepping down as party leader?
By unexpectedly announcing his resignation as NCP president on Tuesday afternoon, Pawar changed the political landscape in Maharashtra. Speaking at the Yashwantrao Chavan Pratisthan in Mumbai for the book launch of his autobiography, Pawar remarked that it is “time for a new generation to guide the party” and that “it is necessary to take a step back after a long period.”
Pawar addressed the crowd of nearly 600 party men, “After such a lengthy career, a person should also think of stopping at some point.
He claimed, however, that he would not stop participating in politics. “Even though I’m leaving my position as president, I’m still going to be active in society.
I’ll keep going to meetings and public events, Pawar declared. Pawar’s nephew Ajit Pawar stated that the NCP president would now take “two to three days to reconsider his decision” after the statement caused emotional NCP workers to organize protests and threaten suicide across the states.