Aap Applicant Allege Ajit Pawar Of Threatening Voters

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Violating the rule of conduct, Ajit Pawar, who once introduced pity on himself after asking drought-afflicted farm owners to pee in ponds to complete them, was seen campaigning in towns with water issues a day before selection, claimed AAP applicant Suresh Khopde.

Khopde, contesting on an Aam Admi Celebration (AAP) solution from Baramati constituency against Supriya Sule, registered a issue at Wadgaon cops place against Pawar last night, claiming that he breached the rule of perform by campaigning on the eve of elections, and confronted two drought-afflicted towns from the taluka, Murti and Masalwadi.

The issue claims that Pawar breached the rule of perform and put Resistance party employee behind cafes by harmful them to elect for NCP. These are those 22 draught -stricken towns that highly take a position against Nationwide The legislature Celebration for ignoring their water issues.

Khopde said, “I have video clips of Pawar harmful the town individuals. He also confronted some Resistance employees saying ‘If you do not elect for NCP your h2o relationships will be disconnected’. When villagers rejected to do so, he known as the cops and put them behind cafes.”

Inspector Vilas Bhosle of Wadgaon cops place said, “We have approved the issue against Pawar, and have began an enquiry. A duplicate of this issue has been sent to the Maintaining Official of the constituency. Further details will be given out after the enquiry is finished.”

Denying the accusations, MP Supriya Sule, contesting against Suresh Khopde, said, “I am not even conscious about Ajit Pawar going to these towns and harmful villagers to elect for NCP. Suresh Khopde has been in the cops program and therefore he knows the process more than me. If they have any proof they should existing it. We are prepared to deal with it.”

Ajit Pawar said, “I am assured that this season, too, we will get a greater part. There is no Modi trend in our constituency. It is just a buzz designed by the press.”


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