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A day after variations between the Shiv Sena and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) got here to the fore, chief minister Uddhav Thackeray and his deputy Ajit Pawar met on Tuesday night. The assembly between the 2 leaders got here after NCP chief Sharad Pawar met Thackeray on Monday, who was believed to be upset over the unilateral choice to switch 10 IPS officers and poaching of 5 Sena corporators by the NCP.

Thackeray and Ajit Pawar met on the Bal Thackeray memorial plot at Shivaji Park and the 2 leaders are believed to have mentioned the 2 points and issues associated to lockdown. Sena ministers Aaditya Thackeray, Eknath Shinde and Anil Parab, and NCP minister Anil Deshmukh have been additionally current on the former Mayor’s bungalow.

Meanwhile, Pawar on Tuesday stated appointments of IPS and IAS officers are executed with the approval of chief minister, ending the controversy.

Earlier within the day, Sena chief Sanjay Raut selected to downplay the friction between the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi (MVA) allies. Commenting on the current developments, Raut stated, “There is no lack of coordination or bickering or any ‘internal differences’ within the government as the leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis has been claiming. The word ‘internal differences’ is not part of MVA’s dictionary. If there are issues, we discuss and resolve them.”

He additionally stated it might not be appropriate to say that Ajit Pawar engineered the defection of 5 Sena corporators from Parner Nagar Panchayat in Ahmednagar. The Sena chief termed the difficulty of corporators a “local” one, which has now been resolved.

On Monday, Thackeray conveyed to Pawar that the 5 corporators ought to come again to the Sena. The message was despatched to the NCP chief by Thackeray’s private assistant and social gathering secretary Milind Narvekar. However, the 5 corporators are unwilling to return and are planning to resign and stay with the NCP, as they’re sad with the social gathering’s native management in Ahmednagar.

Muddassar Sayyad, one of many corporators, informed TV channels, “If the NCP asks us to return to the Sena, we will resign and seek membership of the NCP, but will not return.” Another corporator Nandkumar Deshmukh stated, “Former MLA [Vijay Auti] did not let us work, neither did he do anything for people.”

Raut, a Rajya Sabha MP, who’s the manager editor of Sena mouthpiece Saamana, recorded an interview with Pawar on Monday. He stated Pawar, within the interview that will probably be printed on July 11, has expressed confidence that the three-party authorities will full its full time period.

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