Sharad Pawar told ‘conspiracy’ to kill PM Modi, says Fadnavis- will you fall so much?


National Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar has accused the Center and Maharashtra BJP of playing sympathetic cards. He says that by spreading the threatening letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the BJP wants to sympathize with the people and there is no doubt about the authenticity of these letters. This statement of Pawar has come to the fore when recently, Pune and Mumbai police have claimed that five people have been found to have received such letters in which conspiracy to kill Modi has been conspired. The arrested persons are being told the alleged links with the Maoists.

Police claim that in these letters, a conspiracy to kill Prime Minister Narendra Modi like Rajiv Gandhi has been made and Maharashtra’s Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has also been targeted to launch a campaign against the rebels. In Pune on Sunday, the NCP chief addressing a public rally ‘Attack Bol’ on the occasion of party’s 19th anniversary, said that some progressive people came together and organized the Elgar Council. Although the government is arresting him as Naxalite.

Pawar said, “Everyone knows who was behind the Bhima Koregaon violence but those who have no connection with anyone, they are being arrested. It is called abuse of powers. ‘ Senior NCP leader and former PWD Minister Chhagan Bhujbal, who was serving jail sentence for money laundering, was also present in the rally. Pawar said that BJP has come to the conclusion that it is losing support of people and that is why it is spreading threatening letters so that consolation can be obtained. But I have full faith that people will not come into this kind of screw.

Pawar doubted the authenticity of threatening letters to Modi He said – “I spoke to a senior retired CID official who told me that if such letters come, then they go to the security agencies, not in the media, and after which adequate security measures are taken. The BJP’s graph is constantly falling down throughout the country. ‘

Responding to Pawar’s statement, Fadnavis tweeted, “It is very unfortunate that Sharad Pawar has questioned the conversation seized by police, in which conspiracy to kill Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been conspired. Modi is the leader of our country and not a political party leader. Pawar was not expected to fall so low. The police have all the evidence and the truth will come out.

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