Mumbai Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar has accused the central government of arresting leaders of opposition parties as a scheme. Referring to the newspaper, Pawar said that the manner in which the central investigative agencies have intensified the action against the opposition parties and their leaders has full details. From this it appears that registering cases against leaders of opposition parties and getting them arrested is a major project of the Centre.
Pawar said whenever they (government) have doubts about the election results, such steps are taken as an important act. The challenges and issues facing the society are sidelined. The NCP chief said that we will answer it in a political manner.
A key witness in the money laundering case related to the redevelopment of Patra Chawl has reportedly told the Enforcement Directorate (ED) that in 2008-09 some residents of the area approached NCP chief Sharad Pawar through local politicians for the redevelopment of the chawl. did. Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut is also an accused in this case. The ED is probing the matter. (Language)