Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar on Thursday accused the BJP of breaking duly elected governments in various states, even as the ruling party spoke of providing a stable government.
“You talk of providing a stable government but break duly elected governments in states,” Pawar said, addressing a public rally in Beed town of Maharashtra.
Pawar also said PM Narendra Modi is following in the footsteps of Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis by including a ‘mi punha yein’ (I’ll come back again) element in his Independence Day speech.
“Fadnavis did not return as CM, but came back at a lower position. One wonders what will he (Modi) return as,” he said.
With inputs from News18