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If I know how to give a post, I also know how to snatch it back, warns Dy. Chief Minister to CIDCO Chairman in public

Dy. Chief Minister Ajit Pawar was at his fiery best during his last visit to Navi Mumbai on the occasion of the 78th Annasaheb Patil Jayanthi. Not hesitating to bring on record that he has awarded Pramod Hindurao the post of Chairman in CIDCO, Ajit Pawar publicly went on to want Hindurao that if he knows how to give a post, he also knows how to snatch it back. Ajit Pawar message to Hindurao was clear – either perform or perish.

Dy. Chief Minister of Maharashtra Ajit Pawar is increasingly becoming a leader of the masses due to his bold speeches and oratory skills that leaves party workers sweating and audiences cheering. The same was witnessed at the event organized at APMC in Navi Mumbai to mark the 78th Annasaheb Patil Jayanti. Coming out in complete support of the mathadis and their issues, Dy. Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said that farmers gave away their lands in Navi Mumbai with the hope of having a home and good amenities in return from CIDCO. He said that such a proposal should be brought by CIDCO but this proposal should include the authentic list of Mathadis.

Not hesitating to bring on record that he has awarded Pramod Hindurao the post of Chairman in CIDCO, Ajit Pawar publicly went on to want Hindurao that if he knows how to give a post, he also knows how to snatch it back. Ajit Pawar message to Hindurao was clear – either perform as Chairman of CIDCO or perish. He even sent out a subtle warning to CIDCO officials by stating that if any official did not cooperate with the Chairman, Hindurao should use Ajit Pawar’s name there.

Mathadis form a very integral vote bank for NCP in the state. That is why, in every celebration of the Mathadi, senior leaders of NCP are always seen wooing the mathadi workers. However, going all out in support of mathadis with his bold speech, Ajit Pawar seems to have beaten his own uncle Sharad Pawar as far as wooing mathadi workers with words is concerned. With bureau inputs, Monika Bhosale for NMTV News.

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