Sharad Pawar: No need for politics over drought, want to work with govt
| Wednesday | 15th May, 2019
He said in 1972 and 1978, when several talukas had been hit by drought, water was still available in certain pockets.
AdvertisingThe former Union agriculture minister has been touring the drought-hit talukas of the state since polling got over in Pawar bastion Baramati on April 23.
If the governments take a positive decision, we will help them tackle the drought situation,” Pawar said during his visit to drought-hit Beed district.
“There is no need for politics over drought…I will share my inputs with the government.
He first visited drought-hit Sangola taluka, where he said that the state government has delayed taking action in drought-hit areas.
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