Ruling MPs Want to Change Constitution, Alleges Pawar Slamming ‘New Putin’ Modi

Pawar drew a parallel between Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying, "Sharad Pawar made a statement that a new 'Putin' is being created in this country in the form of Modi."

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Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar has launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, likening him to a “new Putin” and accusing the ruling party of creating an atmosphere of terror in Parliament. Pawar’s remarks came during a campaign rally in Amravati for the Mahavikas Aghadi candidate Balwant Wankhede on Monday.

Criticizing the Prime Minister’s frequent jabs at Jawaharlal Nehru, Pawar stated, “Today’s Prime Minister of the country criticizes Jawaharlal Nehru wherever he goes. When Narendra Modi goes to the Parliament, the MPs of the ruling party sit with their necks down. A kind of terror is seen at that place.”

Pawar drew a parallel between Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying, “Sharad Pawar made a statement that a new ‘Putin’ is being created in this country in the form of Modi.”

The veteran leader, who has closely observed many prime ministers after Nehru, lamented the shift in focus from Nehru’s vision of building a new India to the current administration’s criticism of the Congress party. “I have seen many leaders closely, after Jawaharlal Nehru I have seen all the Prime Ministers. Nehru’s speeches were on how to create a new India. Now the prime minister’s speech criticizes Nehru and Congress. They lack perspective,” Pawar commented.

Pawar also expressed concern over remarks made by MPs in Uttar Pradesh, who openly stated that if people want to change the constitution, they should vote for Modi. “The constitution should be strengthened to remove the dictatorship that has come to the country. This country remained safe because of Babasaheb Ambedkar’s constitution. It is our job to protect it,” he said, emphasizing the importance of the ongoing elections in safeguarding democratic values.

During the rally, Pawar also apologized to the people of Amravati for supporting Navneet Rana, who later defected to the BJP. “Five years ago in the election, I held meetings like vote and supported and became an MP. However, I was disturbed by what happened next. I thought many times that I should go to Amravati and apologize to the people of Amravati,” he said.

Pawar also expressed dissatisfaction with the voter turnout in the first phase of the Lok Sabha elections in Maharashtra, urging the people of Amravati to turn out in large numbers and aim for over 80 percent voting.

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