Sharad Pawar's troubles increased after Eknath Shinde became CM in Maharashtra, IT sent notice

Publish Date: 01 Jul, 2022 |

A notice has been sent by the Income Tax Department to NCP chief Sharad Pawar as soon as the Maha Vikas Aghadi government leaves Maharashtra. This notice is regarding old election affidavits. The Income Tax Department Mumbai has not denied the notice yet. this notice to the NCP chief came shortly after the new Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis took oath. Sharad Pawar has been sent on the basis of election affidavits of 2004, 2009, 2014 and 2020.

NCP’s statement regarding the notice

In this matter, NCP spokesperson Mahesh Bharat Tapase tweeted and said, 'A notice has been sent to Sharad Pawar by the Income Tax Department as soon as the government changes in Maharashtra. This notice has been sent on the basis of election affidavits of 2004, 2009, 2014 and 2020. It is all purely coincidental or something.

On the notice sent by the Income Tax Department, the NCP chief taunted and said, 'I have received a love letter from the Income Tax Department. They have sent me notices regarding election affidavits filed in 2004, 2009, 2014 and 2020. Pawar accused the BJP government of alleged misuse of central agencies.

Fadnavis to be the deputy CM

Sharad Pawar claimed that BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis was not looking happy after accepting the post of Deputy Chief Minister in Eknath Shinde's government. Rebel Shiv Sena leader Shinde took oath as the new Chief Minister of Maharashtra after Uddhav Thackeray resigned as Chief Minister on Wednesday, while former Chief Minister Fadnavis earlier said that he would not be a part of the government, but would later be the Deputy Chief Minister. As sworn in. "I think Fadnavis has not happily accepted the number two spot," Pawar told reporters in Pune. His facial expressions told everything.


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