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Politics over Maha funds

In a bid to maintain harmony in the Mahayuti newly appointed finance minister Ajit Pawar has allocated hefty funds to MLAs from all three parties for development works in their constituencies. However, the opposition has alleged Ajit Pawar of biased Let’s discuss, but before that, if you are watching this video on Facebook do like our page and if you are watching this on YOUTUBE do subscribe to our Youtube Channel. The Eknath Shinde led Shiv Sena when parted ways from former boss Uddhav, they had 2 major reasons 1. They were against an alliance with the NCP and the Congress claiming that it was a compromise with the Hindutva ideology which they stood for and the 2nd was Ajit Pawar who was finance Minister in the MVA govt did not allocate enough funds to the Sena MLAS for the development works in their constituencies in an attempt to politically finish of the Sena. Looks like Ajit Pawar has rectified his mistake and approved a sum of 150 crores to Shiv Sena MLA Bharat Ghogawale when supplementary demands were approved. Supplementary works are proposals in addition to those submitted in the state budget and are usually finalized as per the discretion of the CM and the finance minister. Most MLAS have been allotted Rs 25 crore worth of development works sanctioned in their respective areas. Besides, MP and sister Supriya Sule’s proposal for upgrading roads in the Pawar baston Baramati has been cleared with an allocation of Rs 2 crore.“ Now what could be possibly a reason behind the allocation of such a lumpsum amount? Sources in the Shinde Sena while speaking to HW News English have said Bharat Ghogawale who was all set to be part of Maharashtra’s cabinet was upset after his name was not included for a berth in the cabinet. So the allocation of funds has been seen as compensation. However, Ghogawale, speaking to the media said: “I have not given up hopes, whenever there is a cabinet expansion in the future, Eknath Shinde will certainly consider my name.’’ Another name that is making news for the high allocation of funds is of NCP leader Saroj Ahire, who switched ships last Saturday has been sanctioned Rs 40 crore for development works in her constituency. Interestingly, NCP state president Jayant Patil who is said to be not on good terms with Ajit Pawar even before the split has also received funds for his constituency. Now let’s discuss the names who missed out. 1. Sharad Pawar loyalist Jitendra Awahad. 2. Shiv Sena UBT leaders have alleged that their demands have been ignored. Former CM Ashok Chavan claims he has not been granted funds for development in Nanded. Now what happens when politics over funds happen, Development works come to a halt, welfare of the common man is highly affected. a huge regional imbalance takes place. Meanwhile, Rashtriya Samaj Paksh chief Mahadev Jankar an ally of the NDA has said that the Rashtriya Samaj Paksha (RSP) will contest all 543 Lok Sabha seats on its own. The announcement comes days after the party was not invited to the NDA’s meeting which took place on the same day as of the opposition’s unity meeting. The RSP does not have a single MP, it has 1 MLA and 1 MLC in the state. Earlier in May Jankar had said his party’s association with BJP-led NDA in Maharashtra depends on whether it gets to contest four LS seats.

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