People’s mood has changed, it is against PM Modi: Sharad Pawar

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Sharad Pawar According to PTI report, on Tuesday he said that the mood of the people has changed and is now against PM Narendra Modi.

Addressing a press conference in Maharashtra’s Nagpur, Sharad Pawar also said there has been “no thought yet” on who will be the prime ministerial face of the India Bloc, according to PTI.

Sharad Pawar said, “I can clearly see that the mood of the people has changed. It is now against PM Modi.”

“Under the current regime, institutions are under attack,” he said.

Asked how the India Block seat distribution for the Lok Sabha elections 2024 will ultimately pan out, Pawar said, “I am not an astrologer.”

On grant of bail by the Supreme Court AAP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh Regarding the money laundering case related to Delhi Excise Policy, Sharad Pawar said, “This is a good thing. Injustice has been done to them. Now the real picture will emerge.

Sharad Pawar said, “We, Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA), want him.”

Responding to a question about Prakash Ambedkar-led Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi (VBA) fielding candidates on some seats, the news agency reported.

Asked whether the NCP split would affect his group’s prospects, Sharad Pawar said, “People will vote for candidates who are capable of defeating the BJP.”

When Sharad Pawar was asked whether his friendly relations with Nitin Gadkari were the reason behind his party not fielding a candidate against the Union minister, he said, “There is no such thing.”

According to PTI, when Sharad Pawar was asked whether his daughter Supriya Sule would win the 2024 Lok Sabha elections from Baramati, he said voting was still pending, where she faces his nephew Ajit Pawar’s wife Sunetra Pawar.

When told that PM Modi has made a plan for the work to be done in the first 100 days of his government’s third term, Sharad Pawar said, “PM Modi is intelligent in all aspects.”

On China’s unilateral renaming of places in Arunachal Pradesh, the former Defense Minister said, “Our government is not taking national interests seriously.”

(With PTI inputs)