Sharad Pawar calls NCP meet to plan strategy for Maharashtra Assembly elections
| Thursday | 13th June, 2019
Nationalist Congress Party president Sharad Pawar has called a meeting of district wise party leaders in Mumbai to decide the strategy for the state Assembly polls likely in September-October.
According to the senior NCP leader, they never expected the kind of result they got in Lok Sabha polls.
"It also shows that the Ajit Pawar's wings have been clipped after his son Parth Pawar's defeat from Mawal Lok Sabha seat.
"As per the Lok Sabha polls results, the BJP and Shiv Sena are likely to win 228 out of 288 seats in Maharashtra Assembly polls.
It has got eight per cent vote share in Lok Sabha.
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