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Ajit Pawar says he still wouldn't ask Malik to resign

According to Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has opted to maintain Nawab Malik in his cabinet. Speaking at a media conference on Wednesday after the usual tea party and cabinet meeting, Pawar said: "The CM is the head of the government and he decides on resignations."


However, I do not know what will happen tomorrow when the matter is up for debate in the house and in the Bombay High Court, which will decide whether Malik's arrest by the ED was legal or illegal. The other two ministers have been asked to resign for other reasons in the past.


Pawar said Malik had moved the High Court, arguing that his arrest was itself unlawful. "After much deliberation, our leaders have made the decision not to ask Malik to resign," he said, adding that serving ministers in West Bengal were arrested but did not resign.


After all, the reasons why Malik was arrested are important. Mr. Pawar said the commercial, which skipped the previous session due to health problems, will join the budget session on March 3rd and 25th.


He stated that the allegations of scams and corruption in the previous administration would be investigated legally." The government is in action mode, which follows the laws of the land." Actions shouldn't cause us to re-experience the same problem. We have been running the government for over 30 years and we know how to deal with such matters. Any complaints or allegations with merit will be thoroughly investigated.


Pawar apologized for the accusations and clashes between the state and national ruling and opposition parties. Things like this are bad for the country. All parties should follow the cultural and parliamentary left of our great leaders. Important subjects and issues often get ignored as we focus on petty things.


He also stated that the assembly speaker will be elected during the budget session and that the government has sent Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari to approve the election programme, which was delayed by Raj Bhavan during the previous session due to a lack of legal clarity on the method of voice poll results.


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