October 05: Interview
Q: Tell us something about your family and early life?
A: I come from a business family, and I lived my life happily before I joined NCP. I was living as an industrialist. I am from a very well to do family and a very cultured family. But after I joined NCP, I learnt the importance of social work.
Q: What inspired you to join Politics, especially NCP?
A: During my college days, I have seen Sharad Pawar working for people at the age of 75. I was inspired by his work ethic and energy. The fact that a 75-year-old man stands and works for the poor people and farmers against such a Hitler regime is a matter of inspiration for young people like us, and it is not appropriate for young men like us to stay at home. Also, I started taking an interest in social welfare and current affairs, which are the main basics of politics.
Q: How did your journey with NCP start, and what ideology do you passionately follow?
A: So, I joined the NCP in 2017 and started my work as the Chief Spokesperson of Nagpur City and have also worked in NCP Unit. I believe in working opposite to the ideology of RSS and Bharatiya Janata Party as my perspectives are different. I started having firm opinions opposing the RSS ideology through various press conferences held from the stronghold of RSS in Nagpur. We are sure that the ideology and work of Hon’ble Sharad Pawar can save the country in the coming years when our country is lagging behind due to unemployment and a declining economy. We want Hon’ble Sharad Pawar to be the Prime Minister of the country in 2024. As a Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) activist, I will sacrifice my life to make Hon’ble Sharad Pawar the Prime Minister of the country because today, the leadership of Sharad Pawar can save the country.
Q: Did you face any kind of difficulties during this journey?
A: Yes, I did face a little bit of injustice happening with me, and my party due to some leaders has happened to me, but I know that Hon’ble Sharad Pawar, Mr. Jayant Patil, Mr. Ajit dada Pawar will help me out, hoping they are listening to my voice and they will help youngsters like me to come out for the country.
Q: What do you think should be looked forward to on bringing development?
A: I feel looking into the matters of Unemployment by creating various job opportunities for people will solve a major crisis in the country. Apart from that, education is the most important tool today that can help society and people to proper mentality and economically. I also strongly believe in good infrastructural development and development towards the farming sector because food is something every one of us needs and is the most significant underdeveloped sector of our country today. A lot of Rural as well as Tribal development is needed too. Though on the base level, Hon’ble Sharad Pawar is working for communal harmony and the welfare of society.
Q: Throw a light towards Maharashtra political crisis like Kirit Somaiya opposing the MVA government?
A: MVA and NCP are working in an outstanding manner; there are no such political crisis happening. Other than that talking about Kirit Somaiya opposing us, all such news is false and baseless allegations.
Q: What are your views about a developed Maharathra and nation and working of NCP and Maha Vikas Aghadi?
A: In my belief I see future development of the country following the ideology of Hon’ble Sharad Pawar as I see the changes in the present time itself. NCP is working for the benefit of the country and Maharashtra. Hon’ble Sharad Pawar has always sacrificed his life for the welfare of the poor and farmers. the Nationalist Congress Party opposes Hitler’s laws imposed on the farmers by the Central Government and the Maha Vikas Aghadi has come to power in Maharashtra due to Hon’ble Sharad Pawar and the Maha Vikas Aghadi has come to be known as the helper of the poor by providing them various beneficiaries. Hon’ble Mr. Sharad Pawar is working for communal harmony and welfare of the society.
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