Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Majeed Memon said that Sushil Kumar Shinde is a senior and settled leader. However, his statement on NCP merger with Congress is wrong. He said that NCP is not merging with Congress. Majid Memon said that Sharad Pawar does not want to lose his existence at all. If the Congress wants to merge with the NCP, it can. Majid Memon said that the merger of NCP with Congress will not happen at any cost.
On the statement of Sushil Shinde, Shiv Sena spokesperson Manisha Kayende has said that the disappointment of the Congress is visible from his statement. He said that there are assembly elections in two states and Rahul Gandhi is nowhere to be seen. With the work done by the Shiv Sena-BJP government, the Congress is clearly showing its defeat. Even if Congress-NCP is merged, Shiv Sena is not going to make any difference.
Shinde’s statement created a stir between the senior Congress leader and former Union Home Minister Sushil kumar Shinde had said on Tuesday that his party and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) “will come together in the future”. The former Union Minister said that he and NCP President Sharad Pawar are one He has grown up under the tree (in Congress itself), though Pawar does not openly talk about it.
Shinde was speaking in a public meeting and said without giving details, ‘Even though Congress and NCP are two different parties, today I would like to tell you that in future we will come closer to each other, because now Sharad Pawar is also tired and we Tired too. ”Sushil Kumar Shinde was speaking at a public meeting in his home district Solapur .
Sharad Pawar left the Congress in May 1999 and founded the Nationalist Congress Party.