Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar on Sunday distanced himself from the ongoing Shiv Sena symbol and name controversy.
While speaking to reporters on Sunday, Pawar said, “I do not want to say anything about the issue of bow and arrow that is going on at present, that is a separate topic. I had already put my views on that the day before yesterday.”
While speaking about Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s Maharashtra visit, Pawar said that policy issues were discussed and there is no dispute among them.
“Yesterday Amit Shah was in the Cooperative Council, it was inaugurated by my hands (the day before yesterday). We have no differences in the issues raised by him, our policy issues were discussed, and his (HM Amit Shah) issues seemed appropriate.”