Launching the election campaigns of NCP candidates from Thane (Sanjeev Naik) and Kalyan (Anand Paranjpe), Pawar repeatedly in his speech said that each and every seat was important for the Congress and NCP so that Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi could become the Prime Minister.

He alleged that BJP divided the country on religious and communal lines and its rule would lead to anarchy.
"The minorities would get a raw deal if BJP came to power," he said on Sunday.
Taking a jibe at BJP’s ally Shiv Sena, Pawar said that several leaders had left the party since Uddhav Thackeray took over its reins.
A senior leader like Manohar Joshi was humiliated by the Sena leadership, Pawar said while claiming that several Shiv Sena leaders were in the mood to leave the party.
“In BJP, veterans like LK Advani and Jaswant Singh had got similar treatment,” he added.


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