Sharad Pawar, the head of the Nationalist Congress Party, claimed in an interview that the Hindenburg Research report on Adani appears to be targeted, which prompted Uddhav Thackeray to criticise Rahul Gandhi for saying, “I am not Savarkar.” The BJP responded by saying that this only shows that Congress allies are rejecting Rahul Gandhi’s “demented ideas, one at a time.”
Sharad Pawar, the head of the NCP, blames Congress, claims that the request for a JPC is superfluous now that the Supreme Court has established a committee to look into the Adani situation. One by one, Congress allies denounce Rahul Gandhi’s insane viewpoints. According to BJP’s Amit Malviya, the Uddhav group had previously erupted against Savarkar. Sharad Pawar’s interview had sparked rumours of a significant development in Maharashtra.
While the opposition urged a joint parliamentary committee investigation into the alleged Adani scam, Sharad Pawar questioned Hindenbug’s veracity. “….Someone made a statement that caused a stir across the nation. Such assertions were made earlier as well, causing a commotion. But this time, the topic received excessively much attention. It was necessary to consider who introduced the problem. (gave report). The name of the speaker, to our knowledge, was unknown. What is the history? When such issues are brought up, they cause a stir across the nation, and the price is paid in terms of how it affects the economy. Such things are unacceptable, and it appears that they were targeted, according to Sharad Pawar.
“As of right now, the majority party in Parliament. The ruling party was the target of the demand. The bulk of the members of the committee looking into allegations against the ruling party will be from that party. There may be concerns about how the truth will be revealed. There is a stronger possibility that the truth will surface if the Supreme Court investigates the case in an environment free from outside interference. Additionally, the JPC (investigation) was unnecessary once the SC announced the formation of a committee to look into the situation, Sharad Pawar said in the interview.
Sharad Pawar recently counselled Rahul Gandhi and the Congress to temper their criticism of Savarkar because Savarkar is beloved in Maharashtra. After being removed from the Lok Sabha, Rahul Gandhi referred to Savarkar and declared that he would not apologise since he is not a Savarkar. Although Sanjay Raut later met with Sonia and Rahul Gandhi in Delhi and claimed the situation had been resolved, Uddhav Thackeray denounced the remark.
Ajit Pawar, the leader of the opposition in Maharashtra and Devendra Fadnavis’ deputy chief minister since 2019, has recently questioned the controversy surrounding PM Modi’s educational background and claimed that it is irrelevant in today’s political climate. Ajit Pawar is Sharad Pawar’s nephew. “He (Modi) has served as the nation’s representative for nine years. I’ve noticed that questions about his or another minister’s (educational) background are brought up. The main challenges are inflation and unemployment, not this one, according to Ajit Pawar.