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Sharad Pawar takes back his resignation as the national president of NCP


Sharad Pawar, chief Of NCP, takes back his resignation as the chief of NCP.

Sharad Pawar said at a press conference “After my resignation, a severe reaction came from the cadres.All the cadres and leaders of the party were restless, they appealed to me to reconsider my decision. I cannot hurt their sentiments . I am taking back my resignation,"


He said that the party will carry out some organizational changes.

Earlier today the National Congress Party panel formed to choose the National President announced that they rejected Pawar’s decision to step down and celebrated by bursting crackers and giving slogans like,”Ekach Saheb”.(there is only one boss)

"I can't disrespect your sentiments. Due to your undying love and support I am respecting the demand that was made to withdraw my resignation. I withdraw my decision to resign from the post of national president of Nationalist Congress Party," Pawar said in a message to party workers.”


He added "I am overwhelmed by the faith and trust bestowed on me by the party and the cadres. Considering the appeal made by all of you, I am withdrawing my decision to retire as the party president. Though I am continuing as the post of president, I am of clear opinion that there has to be a succession plan for any post or responsibility in the party" 


Pawar said “This will not impact the MVA(Maha Vikas Agadhi); all my colleagues are my successors,"


Pawar added that there is no truth in the rumors that his daughter Supriya Sule will be the next chief of the party.

He disapproved of the claims that the NCP leaders wanted to join the BJP.He added that Ajit Pawarv did not go to Delhi to meet Amit Shah.


On Tuesday, Ajit Pawar was the only NCP leader who appeared to accept Mr Pawar's decision as he spoke about the next chief of the party working under his uncle's guidance.


On his nephew's suspicious absence from his press conference, Mr Pawar said: "It's not compulsory that all the leaders should be present. There are many who aren't here. All of them were present in the committee meeting that happened in the morning.They even met me to inform me that they have unanimously decided that we are together and we as a party want you to continue."

Sharad Pawar further said."In future I will only focus on taking organizational changes in the party, assigning new responsibilities to the new generation of leaders and cadres, and creating new leadership. I will work vigorously for the growth of the party and take our ideology to the masses. Your undying support has been the main inspiration for me. I will be forever grateful to the people who have stood by me during this time," 


The NCP chief hit the headlines last Tuesday when he announced his resignation.

The Supremo shocked everyone by his sudden announcement at the launch of his updated autobiography.He withdrew his resignation after the pressure from the party and promised to work harder in the future for the party and the people.


Edited By:Kavya Vengkateshwaran

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