भतीजे ने चाचा को दिया धोखा, Sharad Pawar का लेना-देना नहीं: संजय राउत

भतीजे ने चाचा को दिया धोखा, Sharad Pawar का लेना-देना नहीं: संजय राउ
महाराष्ट्र( Maharashtra) में रातोंरात बाजी पलट गई है। देवेंद्र फडणवीस के नेतृत्व में भाजपा(BJP) और Nationalist Congress Party ने सरकार बना ली हैकोश्यारी ने  Fadnavis और Ajit Pawar को पद एवं गोपनीयता secrecy tकी शपथ दिलाई। इसे लेकर Shiv Sena का राज्य की कमान संभालने का सपना चकनाचूर हो गया है। Shiv Sena के प्रवक्ता संजय राउत का कहना है कि राजभवन की शक्तियों का दुरुपयोग किया गया है। शरद पवार का इससे लेना-देना नहीं है।
Early life Ajit Anantrao Pawar was born on 22 July 1959 at his grandfather's place in Deolali Pravara, Ahmednagar district. He completed his schooling in Deolali, Pravara. He hails from the village of Katevadi in Baramati Taluka, Pune district. He is the Nephew of the Nationalist Congress Party President, Sharad Pawar.  Ajit Pawar is the son of Sharad Pawar's elder brother Anantrao Pawar. Anantrao had initially worked for renowned film maker, V.Shantaram's "Rajkamal Studios" in Bombay (present-day Mumbai). Ajit Pawar's grandfather Govindrao Pawar was employed with Baramati Co-operative trading and his grandmother looked after the family farm. Pawar was pursuing his graduation but he had to leave formal education due to untimely death of his father, so he left college and started looking after his family. He is educated upto Secondary school level and holds the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) from the Maharashtra State Board.  Political Career While Ajit Pawar [2] was pursuing his primary education at Deolali Pravara, his Uncle, Sharad Pawar had become a rising political figure in the ruling Congress party. Therefore, Ajit moved to Bombay for his further education. Pawar made his foray into politics in 1982 when he was elected to the board of a cooperative sugar factory . He was elected chairman of the Pune District Co-operative Bank (PDC) in 1991 and remained in the post for 16 years. During this period he was also elected as Member of parliament, Lok Sabha from the Baramati. He later vacated his Lok Sabha seat in favour of his uncle, Sharad Pawar, who had then become defence minister in PV Narasimha Rao's government. Thereafter, he was elected as a member of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (MLA) from Baramati. Pawar was re-elected from the same constituency in 1995, 1999, 2004, 2009, and 2014.[3] He went on to become minister of state for Agriculture and Power (June 1991 - November 1992) in Sudhakarrao Naik's government. Later he became minister of state for Soil Conservation, Power and Planning (November 1992 - February 1993) when Sharad Pawar returned to the state as chief minister. When the Indian National Congress-NCP coalition came into power in 1999, Pawar was promoted to cabinet minister, firstly in the Irrigation Department (October 1999 - December 2003) in Vilasrao Deshmukh's government. He was given additional charge of the Rural Development Department (December 2003 - October 2004) in Sushilkumar Shinde's government. When Congress-NCP combination returned to power in 2004, he retained the Water Resources Ministry in Deshmukh's government and later in Ashok Chavan's government. He also became the Guardian minister for Pune district in 2004 and held the post until the Congress - NCP coalition lost power in 2014. He is currently Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra State.  Criticism and allegations of corruption There are allegations that as the minister for water resources he spared no efforts to help in the development of Lavasa,[4] a project touted as a "vision of Sharad Pawar". The Maharashtra Krishna Valley Development Corporation (MKVDC) leased 141.15 ha (348.8 acres) to Lavasa in August 2002, which included part of Warasgaon dam reservoir. The lease between MKVDC and Lavasa was executed at rates far below the market rate.[5]  In September 2012, there were accusations that there had been misappropriation of funds amounting to Rs. 70,000 Crores(about $13 billion). These allegations were made by a Maharashtra bureaucrat, Vijay Pandhare, and caused Anjali Damani to request Pawar's resignation as a minister. However, the allegations were not proved and hence he was reinstated as the Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra.[citation needed]  He told the Indian Election Commission in 2004 that he had financial assets of more than 3 crore Rupees at that time.[citation needed]  On 7 April 2013, Ajit Pawar in an attempt at being comical about his inability to bring waters to the dams, made a controversial statement with regards to an activist fasting for 55 days in Maharashtra against the current drought crisis. He quipped at a function at Indapur near Pune "If there is no water in the dam ... Should we urinate into it?," kicked off controversy in a state reeling under severe drought. Later, due to the political and media pressure, he apologized for the same and admitted his off the cuff comment was the biggest mistake of his life.[6]  On 16 April 2014, Pawar visited Masalwadi, a village in the Baramati constituency from which his cousin Supriya Sule was contesting the general election, and threatened the villagers that if they did not vote for Sule, he would punish them by cutting off water supply to the village.[7][8][9][10][11] Pawar may have violated the election code of conduct as campaigning is not permitted within the 48 hours prior to the close of polling.  Personal life Ajit Pawar is married to Sunetra (née Nimbalkar Patil) sister of former minister of Maharashtra Padamsinh Patil. They have two sons named, Parth Pawar and Jay Pawar. 9th Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra Incumbent Assumed office 23 November 2019 Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis In office October 25, 2012 – September 26, 2014 Governor Kateekal Sankaranarayanan Chennamaneni Vidyasagar Rao Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan Preceded by Chhagan Bhujbal In office November 10, 2010 – September 25, 2012 Governor S.C. Jamir Kateekal Sankaranarayanan Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan Preceded by vacant Succeeded by President's rule Member of Legislative Assembly, Maharashtra Incumbent Assumed office 1991 Preceded by Sharad Pawar Constituency Baramati Personal details Born 22 July 1959 (age 60) Deolali Pravara, Bombay State, India Political party Nationalist Congress Party Spouse(s) Sunetra Pawar Children Parth Pawar Jay Pawar Residence Sahyog, Baramati, Pune, Maharashtra, India Website http://www.ajitpawar.org/ As of 24 October, 2019 महाराष्ट्र( Maharashtra) में रातोंरात बाजी पलट गई है। देवेंद्र फडणवीस के नेतृत्व में भाजपा(BJP) और Nationalist Congress Party ने सरकार बना ली हैकोश्यारी ने  Fadnavis और Ajit Pawar को पद एवं गोपनीयता secrecy tकी शपथ दिलाई। इसे लेकर Shiv Sena का राज्य की कमान संभालने का सपना चकनाचूर हो गया है। Shiv Sena के प्रवक्ता संजय राउत का कहना है कि राजभवन की शक्तियों का दुरुपयोग किया गया है। शरद पवार का इससे लेना-देना नहीं है।    । राज्यपाल भगत सिंह    संजय राउत ने कहा, ‘Sharad Pawar साहब का इससे कोई लेना-देना नहीं है। Ajit Pawar ने ( Maharashtra) लोगों को धोखा दिया है। कल नौ बजे तक ये महाशय  Ajit Pawar हमारे साथ बैठे थे। बाद ये अचानक गायब हो गए। वो नजर से नजर मिलाकर बात नहीं कर रहे थे। उससे हमें शक भी हुआ था। जो व्यक्ति पाप करने जाता है उसकी नजरें जैसे झुकती हैं वैसे बी झुकी नजरों से बात कर रहे थे।’      #Ajit Pawar   #Sharad Pawar     #Maharashtra     #Shiv Sena      In Maharashtra, the game has turned overnight. Under the leadership of Devendra Fadnavis, the BJP and the Nationalist Congress Party have formed the government. Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari administered the oath of office and secrecy to Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar. Shiv Sena's dream of taking command of the state has been shattered with this. Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut says the powers of Raj Bhavan have been misused. Sharad Pawar has nothing to do with this.    Sanjay Raut said, 'Sharad Pawar saheb has nothing to do with this. Ajit Pawar has cheated the people of Maharashtra. Yesterday at 9 o'clock, this Mahashay (Ajit Pawar) was sitting with us. After that they suddenly disappeared. They were not talking with eyesight. We also suspected him. As someone who goes to sin, his eyes are bowed down, he was talking to the eye
। राज्यपाल भगत सिंह

संजय राउत ने कहा, ‘Sharad Pawar साहब का इससे कोई लेना-देना नहीं है। Ajit Pawar ने ( Maharashtra) लोगों को धोखा दिया है। कल नौ बजे तक ये महाशय  Ajit Pawar हमारे साथ बैठे थे। बाद ये अचानक गायब हो गए। वो नजर से नजर मिलाकर बात नहीं कर रहे थे। उससे हमें शक भी हुआ था। जो व्यक्ति पाप करने जाता है उसकी नजरें जैसे झुकती हैं वैसे बी झुकी नजरों से बात कर रहे थे।’

#Ajit Pawar   #Sharad Pawar     #Maharashtra     #Shiv Sena  
Early life Aaditya was born to Rashmi Thackeray and Uddhav Thackeray in Bombay (now Mumbai). He is their elder son, Tejas Thackeray being the younger son. He completed his schooling from Bombay Scottish School in Mumbai and earned a BA History degree while studying at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. He did his post-graduation from K C Law College where he earned his LLB degree.[2]  Work His first book of poems, 'My Thoughts in White and Black', was published in 2007. The following year, he turned lyricist and released a private album Ummeed, for which he wrote all the eight songs.[3]  He was involved in or initiated a book burning agitation against inclusion of Rohinton Mistry's book 'Such a Long Journey', which included abusive, racist and crass language against his family and Marathis, in Mumbai University's reading list in 2010.[4][5]  Political career In October 2019, he contested for the MLA seat in the 2019 Maharashtra Legislative Assembly election from the Worli constituency of Mumbai and subsequently emerged victorious. In doing so, he became the first member of the Thackeray Family to contest the elections and also the first member of the family to win the elections.[6]  Positions held 2010: Appointed as President of Yuva Sena 2017: Elected as President of Mumbai District Football Association [7] 2018: Appointed as Leader of Shiv Sena Party [8] 2019: MLA from Worli constituency References महाराष्ट्र( Maharashtra) में रातोंरात बाजी पलट गई है। देवेंद्र फडणवीस के नेतृत्व में भाजपा(BJP) और Nationalist Congress Party ने सरकार बना ली हैकोश्यारी ने  Fadnavis और Ajit Pawar को पद एवं गोपनीयता secrecy tकी शपथ दिलाई। इसे लेकर Shiv Sena का राज्य की कमान संभालने का सपना चकनाचूर हो गया है। Shiv Sena के प्रवक्ता संजय राउत का कहना है कि राजभवन की शक्तियों का दुरुपयोग किया गया है। शरद पवार का इससे लेना-देना नहीं है।  Early life Ajit Anantrao Pawar was born on 22 July 1959 at his grandfather's place in Deolali Pravara, Ahmednagar district. He completed his schooling in Deolali, Pravara. He hails from the village of Katevadi in Baramati Taluka, Pune district. He is the Nephew of the Nationalist Congress Party President, Sharad Pawar.  Ajit Pawar is the son of Sharad Pawar's elder brother Anantrao Pawar. Anantrao had initially worked for renowned film maker, V.Shantaram's "Rajkamal Studios" in Bombay (present-day Mumbai). Ajit Pawar's grandfather Govindrao Pawar was employed with Baramati Co-operative trading and his grandmother looked after the family farm. Pawar was pursuing his graduation but he had to leave formal education due to untimely death of his father, so he left college and started looking after his family. He is educated upto Secondary school level and holds the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) from the Maharashtra State Board.  Political Career While Ajit Pawar [2] was pursuing his primary education at Deolali Pravara, his Uncle, Sharad Pawar had become a rising political figure in the ruling Congress party. Therefore, Ajit moved to Bombay for his further education. Pawar made his foray into politics in 1982 when he was elected to the board of a cooperative sugar factory . He was elected chairman of the Pune District Co-operative Bank (PDC) in 1991 and remained in the post for 16 years. During this period he was also elected as Member of parliament, Lok Sabha from the Baramati. He later vacated his Lok Sabha seat in favour of his uncle, Sharad Pawar, who had then become defence minister in PV Narasimha Rao's government. Thereafter, he was elected as a member of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (MLA) from Baramati. Pawar was re-elected from the same constituency in 1995, 1999, 2004, 2009, and 2014.[3] He went on to become minister of state for Agriculture and Power (June 1991 - November 1992) in Sudhakarrao Naik's government. Later he became minister of state for Soil Conservation, Power and Planning (November 1992 - February 1993) when Sharad Pawar returned to the state as chief minister. When the Indian National Congress-NCP coalition came into power in 1999, Pawar was promoted to cabinet minister, firstly in the Irrigation Department (October 1999 - December 2003) in Vilasrao Deshmukh's government. He was given additional charge of the Rural Development Department (December 2003 - October 2004) in Sushilkumar Shinde's government. When Congress-NCP combination returned to power in 2004, he retained the Water Resources Ministry in Deshmukh's government and later in Ashok Chavan's government. He also became the Guardian minister for Pune district in 2004 and held the post until the Congress - NCP coalition lost power in 2014. He is currently Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra State.  Criticism and allegations of corruption There are allegations that as the minister for water resources he spared no efforts to help in the development of Lavasa,[4] a project touted as a "vision of Sharad Pawar". The Maharashtra Krishna Valley Development Corporation (MKVDC) leased 141.15 ha (348.8 acres) to Lavasa in August 2002, which included part of Warasgaon dam reservoir. The lease between MKVDC and Lavasa was executed at rates far below the market rate.[5]  In September 2012, there were accusations that there had been misappropriation of funds amounting to Rs. 70,000 Crores(about $13 billion). These allegations were made by a Maharashtra bureaucrat, Vijay Pandhare, and caused Anjali Damani to request Pawar's resignation as a minister. However, the allegations were not proved and hence he was reinstated as the Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra.[citation needed]  He told the Indian Election Commission in 2004 that he had financial assets of more than 3 crore Rupees at that time.[citation needed]  On 7 April 2013, Ajit Pawar in an attempt at being comical about his inability to bring waters to the dams, made a controversial statement with regards to an activist fasting for 55 days in Maharashtra against the current drought crisis. He quipped at a function at Indapur near Pune "If there is no water in the dam ... Should we urinate into it?," kicked off controversy in a state reeling under severe drought. Later, due to the political and media pressure, he apologized for the same and admitted his off the cuff comment was the biggest mistake of his life.[6]  On 16 April 2014, Pawar visited Masalwadi, a village in the Baramati constituency from which his cousin Supriya Sule was contesting the general election, and threatened the villagers that if they did not vote for Sule, he would punish them by cutting off water supply to the village.[7][8][9][10][11] Pawar may have violated the election code of conduct as campaigning is not permitted within the 48 hours prior to the close of polling.  Personal life Ajit Pawar is married to Sunetra (née Nimbalkar Patil) sister of former minister of Maharashtra Padamsinh Patil. They have two sons named, Parth Pawar and Jay Pawar. 9th Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra Incumbent Assumed office 23 November 2019 Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis In office October 25, 2012 – September 26, 2014 Governor Kateekal Sankaranarayanan Chennamaneni Vidyasagar Rao Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan Preceded by Chhagan Bhujbal In office November 10, 2010 – September 25, 2012 Governor S.C. Jamir Kateekal Sankaranarayanan Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan Preceded by vacant Succeeded by President's rule Member of Legislative Assembly, Maharashtra Incumbent Assumed office 1991 Preceded by Sharad Pawar Constituency Baramati Personal details Born 22 July 1959 (age 60) Deolali Pravara, Bombay State, India Political party Nationalist Congress Party Spouse(s) Sunetra Pawar Children Parth Pawar Jay Pawar Residence Sahyog, Baramati, Pune, Maharashtra, India Website http://www.ajitpawar.org/ As of 24 October, 2019 महाराष्ट्र( Maharashtra) में रातोंरात बाजी पलट गई है। देवेंद्र फडणवीस के नेतृत्व में भाजपा(BJP) और Nationalist Congress Party ने सरकार बना ली हैकोश्यारी ने  Fadnavis और Ajit Pawar को पद एवं गोपनीयता secrecy tकी शपथ दिलाई। इसे लेकर Shiv Sena का राज्य की कमान संभालने का सपना चकनाचूर हो गया है। Shiv Sena के प्रवक्ता संजय राउत का कहना है कि राजभवन की शक्तियों का दुरुपयोग किया गया है। शरद पवार का इससे लेना-देना नहीं है।    । राज्यपाल भगत सिंह    संजय राउत ने कहा, ‘Sharad Pawar साहब का इससे कोई लेना-देना नहीं है। Ajit Pawar ने ( Maharashtra) लोगों को धोखा दिया है। कल नौ बजे तक ये महाशय  Ajit Pawar हमारे साथ बैठे थे। बाद ये अचानक गायब हो गए। वो नजर से नजर मिलाकर बात नहीं कर रहे थे। उससे हमें शक भी हुआ था। जो व्यक्ति पाप करने जाता है उसकी नजरें जैसे झुकती हैं वैसे बी झुकी नजरों से बात कर रहे थे।’      #Ajit Pawar   #Sharad Pawar     #Maharashtra     #Shiv Sena      In Maharashtra, the game has turned overnight. Under the leadership of Devendra Fadnavis, the BJP and the Nationalist Congress Party have formed the government. Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari administered the oath of office and secrecy to Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar. Shiv Sena's dream of taking command of the state has been shattered with this. Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut says the powers of Raj Bhavan have been misused. Sharad Pawar has nothing to do with this.    Sanjay Raut said, 'Sharad Pawar saheb has nothing to do with this. Ajit Pawar has cheated the people of Maharashtra. Yesterday at 9 o'clock, this Mahashay (Ajit Pawar) was sitting with us. After that they suddenly disappeared. They were not talking with eyesight. We also suspected him. As someone who goes to sin, his eyes are bowed down, he was talking to the eye  । राज्यपाल भगत सिंह    संजय राउत ने कहा, ‘Sharad Pawar साहब का इससे कोई लेना-देना नहीं है। Ajit Pawar ने ( Maharashtra) लोगों को धोखा दिया है। कल नौ बजे तक ये महाशय  Ajit Pawar हमारे साथ बैठे थे। बाद ये अचानक गायब हो गए। वो नजर से नजर मिलाकर बात नहीं कर रहे थे। उससे हमें शक भी हुआ था। जो व्यक्ति पाप करने जाता है उसकी नजरें जैसे झुकती हैं वैसे बी झुकी नजरों से बात कर रहे थे।’   Uddhav Thackeray From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Uddhav Thackeray Uddhav thackeray 20090703.jpg President of Shiv Sena Incumbent Assumed office 23 January 2013 Preceded by Bal Thackeray Editor-in-chief of Saamana Incumbent Assumed office June 2006 Preceded by Bal Thackeray Personal details Born 27 July 1960 (age 59)[1] Bombay, Maharashtra, India (present-day Mumbai) Nationality Indian Political party Shiv Sena Spouse(s) Rashmi Thackeray Children 2 (including Aditya Thackeray) Father Bal Thackeray Residence Matoshree, Bandra, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Uddhav Bal Thackeray (born 27 July 1960) is an Indian politician who is the chief of Shiv Sena party. He is the son of Shiv Sena founder Bal Thackeray.[1]  Earlier, Uddhav was looking after Hindu (a daily Marathi newspaper) while being actively involved in election campaigning activities. His party won the Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation election in 2002 and, thereafter, he was appointed as the party working president in January 2003.[1]  Differences between Thackeray and former Shiv Sena leader Narayan Rane culminated in the expulsion of Rane from the Shiv Sena.[citation needed] Another split in the Sena came when Thackeray and his cousin Raj Thackeray had a falling-out, leading to Raj leaving the Shiv Sena in 2006 to form his own party, the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena.[2]  Personal life Uddhav is married to Rashmi Thackeray and has two sons, Aditya and Tejas.[3]  While elder son Aditya is the president of the Yuva Sena, younger son Tejas is believed to be studying in a college in Buffalo City of New York State. Tejas has maintained a very low profile unlike father and elder brother. On 16 July 2012 Uddhav Thackeray was admitted to Lilavati Hospital after he reported chest pain. He underwent an angioplasty and all the three blockages in his arteries were successfully removed.[4]  He is keen in photography and has exhibited his collection of aerial shots of various forts of Maharashtra at the Jehangir Art Gallery in 2004.[5][6] He has also published photo-books Maharashtra Desh (2010) and Pahava Vitthal (2011), capturing various aspects of Maharashtra and the warkaris during Pandharpur Wari respectively in the two books.[7][8]महाराष्ट्र( Maharashtra) में रातोंरात बाजी पलट गई है। देवेंद्र फडणवीस के नेतृत्व में भाजपा(BJP) और Nationalist Congress Party ने सरकार बना ली हैकोश्यारी ने  Fadnavis और Ajit Pawar को पद एवं गोपनीयता secrecy tकी शपथ दिलाई। इसे लेकर Shiv Sena का राज्य की कमान संभालने का सपना चकनाचूर हो गया है। Shiv Sena के प्रवक्ता संजय राउत का कहना है कि राजभवन की शक्तियों का दुरुपयोग किया गया है। शरद पवार का इससे लेना-देना नहीं है।  Early life Ajit Anantrao Pawar was born on 22 July 1959 at his grandfather's place in Deolali Pravara, Ahmednagar district. He completed his schooling in Deolali, Pravara. He hails from the village of Katevadi in Baramati Taluka, Pune district. He is the Nephew of the Nationalist Congress Party President, Sharad Pawar.  Ajit Pawar is the son of Sharad Pawar's elder brother Anantrao Pawar. Anantrao had initially worked for renowned film maker, V.Shantaram's "Rajkamal Studios" in Bombay (present-day Mumbai). Ajit Pawar's grandfather Govindrao Pawar was employed with Baramati Co-operative trading and his grandmother looked after the family farm. Pawar was pursuing his graduation but he had to leave formal education due to untimely death of his father, so he left college and started looking after his family. He is educated upto Secondary school level and holds the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) from the Maharashtra State Board.  Political Career While Ajit Pawar [2] was pursuing his primary education at Deolali Pravara, his Uncle, Sharad Pawar had become a rising political figure in the ruling Congress party. Therefore, Ajit moved to Bombay for his further education. Pawar made his foray into politics in 1982 when he was elected to the board of a cooperative sugar factory . He was elected chairman of the Pune District Co-operative Bank (PDC) in 1991 and remained in the post for 16 years. During this period he was also elected as Member of parliament, Lok Sabha from the Baramati. He later vacated his Lok Sabha seat in favour of his uncle, Sharad Pawar, who had then become defence minister in PV Narasimha Rao's government. Thereafter, he was elected as a member of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly (MLA) from Baramati. Pawar was re-elected from the same constituency in 1995, 1999, 2004, 2009, and 2014.[3] He went on to become minister of state for Agriculture and Power (June 1991 - November 1992) in Sudhakarrao Naik's government. Later he became minister of state for Soil Conservation, Power and Planning (November 1992 - February 1993) when Sharad Pawar returned to the state as chief minister. When the Indian National Congress-NCP coalition came into power in 1999, Pawar was promoted to cabinet minister, firstly in the Irrigation Department (October 1999 - December 2003) in Vilasrao Deshmukh's government. He was given additional charge of the Rural Development Department (December 2003 - October 2004) in Sushilkumar Shinde's government. When Congress-NCP combination returned to power in 2004, he retained the Water Resources Ministry in Deshmukh's government and later in Ashok Chavan's government. He also became the Guardian minister for Pune district in 2004 and held the post until the Congress - NCP coalition lost power in 2014. He is currently Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra State.  Criticism and allegations of corruption There are allegations that as the minister for water resources he spared no efforts to help in the development of Lavasa,[4] a project touted as a "vision of Sharad Pawar". The Maharashtra Krishna Valley Development Corporation (MKVDC) leased 141.15 ha (348.8 acres) to Lavasa in August 2002, which included part of Warasgaon dam reservoir. The lease between MKVDC and Lavasa was executed at rates far below the market rate.[5]  In September 2012, there were accusations that there had been misappropriation of funds amounting to Rs. 70,000 Crores(about $13 billion). These allegations were made by a Maharashtra bureaucrat, Vijay Pandhare, and caused Anjali Damani to request Pawar's resignation as a minister. However, the allegations were not proved and hence he was reinstated as the Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra.[citation needed]  He told the Indian Election Commission in 2004 that he had financial assets of more than 3 crore Rupees at that time.[citation needed]  On 7 April 2013, Ajit Pawar in an attempt at being comical about his inability to bring waters to the dams, made a controversial statement with regards to an activist fasting for 55 days in Maharashtra against the current drought crisis. He quipped at a function at Indapur near Pune "If there is no water in the dam ... Should we urinate into it?," kicked off controversy in a state reeling under severe drought. Later, due to the political and media pressure, he apologized for the same and admitted his off the cuff comment was the biggest mistake of his life.[6]  On 16 April 2014, Pawar visited Masalwadi, a village in the Baramati constituency from which his cousin Supriya Sule was contesting the general election, and threatened the villagers that if they did not vote for Sule, he would punish them by cutting off water supply to the village.[7][8][9][10][11] Pawar may have violated the election code of conduct as campaigning is not permitted within the 48 hours prior to the close of polling.  Personal life Ajit Pawar is married to Sunetra (née Nimbalkar Patil) sister of former minister of Maharashtra Padamsinh Patil. They have two sons named, Parth Pawar and Jay Pawar. 9th Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra Incumbent Assumed office 23 November 2019 Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis In office October 25, 2012 – September 26, 2014 Governor Kateekal Sankaranarayanan Chennamaneni Vidyasagar Rao Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan Preceded by Chhagan Bhujbal In office November 10, 2010 – September 25, 2012 Governor S.C. Jamir Kateekal Sankaranarayanan Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan Preceded by vacant Succeeded by President's rule Member of Legislative Assembly, Maharashtra Incumbent Assumed office 1991 Preceded by Sharad Pawar Constituency Baramati Personal details Born 22 July 1959 (age 60) Deolali Pravara, Bombay State, India Political party Nationalist Congress Party Spouse(s) Sunetra Pawar Children Parth Pawar Jay Pawar Residence Sahyog, Baramati, Pune, Maharashtra, India Website http://www.ajitpawar.org/ As of 24 October, 2019 महाराष्ट्र( Maharashtra) में रातोंरात बाजी पलट गई है। देवेंद्र फडणवीस के नेतृत्व में भाजपा(BJP) और Nationalist Congress Party ने सरकार बना ली हैकोश्यारी ने  Fadnavis और Ajit Pawar को पद एवं गोपनीयता secrecy tकी शपथ दिलाई। इसे लेकर Shiv Sena का राज्य की कमान संभालने का सपना चकनाचूर हो गया है। Shiv Sena के प्रवक्ता संजय राउत का कहना है कि राजभवन की शक्तियों का दुरुपयोग किया गया है। शरद पवार का इससे लेना-देना नहीं है।    । राज्यपाल भगत सिंह    संजय राउत ने कहा, ‘Sharad Pawar साहब का इससे कोई लेना-देना नहीं है। Ajit Pawar ने ( Maharashtra) लोगों को धोखा दिया है। कल नौ बजे तक ये महाशय  Ajit Pawar हमारे साथ बैठे थे। बाद ये अचानक गायब हो गए। वो नजर से नजर मिलाकर बात नहीं कर रहे थे। उससे हमें शक भी हुआ था। जो व्यक्ति पाप करने जाता है उसकी नजरें जैसे झुकती हैं वैसे बी झुकी नजरों से बात कर रहे थे।’      #Ajit Pawar   #Sharad Pawar     #Maharashtra     #Shiv Sena      In Maharashtra, the game has turned overnight. Under the leadership of Devendra Fadnavis, the BJP and the Nationalist Congress Party have formed the government. Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari administered the oath of office and secrecy to Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar. Shiv Sena's dream of taking command of the state has been shattered with this. Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut says the powers of Raj Bhavan have been misused. Sharad Pawar has nothing to do with this.    Sanjay Raut said, 'Sharad Pawar saheb has nothing to do with this. Ajit Pawar has cheated the people of Maharashtra. Yesterday at 9 o'clock, this Mahashay (Ajit Pawar) was sitting with us. After that they suddenly disappeared. They were not talking with eyesight. We also suspected him. As someone who goes to sin, his eyes are bowed down, he was talking to the eye  । राज्यपाल भगत सिंह    संजय राउत ने कहा, ‘Sharad Pawar साहब का इससे कोई लेना-देना नहीं है। Ajit Pawar ने ( Maharashtra) लोगों को धोखा दिया है। कल नौ बजे तक ये महाशय  Ajit Pawar हमारे साथ बैठे थे। बाद ये अचानक गायब हो गए। वो नजर से नजर मिलाकर बात नहीं कर रहे थे। उससे हमें शक भी हुआ था। जो व्यक्ति पाप करने जाता है उसकी नजरें जैसे झुकती हैं वैसे बी झुकी नजरों से बात कर रहे थे।’        #Ajit Pawar   #Sharad Pawar     #Maharashtra     #Shiv Sena      In Maharashtra, the game has turned overnight. Under the leadership of Devendra Fadnavis, the BJP and the Nationalist Congress Party have formed the government. Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari administered the oath of office and secrecy to Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar. Shiv Sena's dream of taking command of the state has been shattered with this. Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut says the powers of Raj Bhavan have been misused. Sharad Pawar has nothing to do with this.    Sanjay Raut said, 'Sharad Pawar saheb has nothing to do with this. Ajit Pawar has cheated the people of Maharashtra. Yesterday at 9 o'clock, this Mahashay (Ajit Pawar) was sitting with us. After that they suddenly disappeared. They were not talking with eyesight. We also suspected him. As someone who goes to sin, his eyes are bowed down, he was talking to the eye    Uddhav Thackeray     #Ajit Pawar   #Sharad Pawar     #Maharashtra     #Shiv Sena        In Maharashtra, the game has turned overnight. Under the leadership of Devendra Fadnavis, the BJP and the Nationalist Congress Party have formed the government. Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari administered the oath of office and secrecy to Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar. Shiv Sena's dream of taking command of the state has been shattered with this. Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut says the powers of Raj Bhavan have been misused. Sharad Pawar has nothing to do with this.    Sanjay Raut said, 'Sharad Pawar saheb has nothing to do with this. Ajit Pawar has cheated the people of Maharashtra. Yesterday at 9 o'clock, this Mahashay (Ajit Pawar) was sitting with us. After that they suddenly disappeared. They were not talking with eyesight. We also suspected

In Maharashtra, the game has turned overnight. Under the leadership of Devendra Fadnavis, the BJP and the Nationalist Congress Party have formed the government. Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari administered the oath of office and secrecy to Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar. Shiv Sena's dream of taking command of the state has been shattered with this. Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut says the powers of Raj Bhavan have been misused. Sharad Pawar has nothing to do with this.

Sanjay Raut said, 'Sharad Pawar saheb has nothing to do with this. Ajit Pawar has cheated the people of Maharashtra. Yesterday at 9 o'clock, this Mahashay (Ajit Pawar) was sitting with us. After that they suddenly disappeared. They were not talking with eyesight. We also suspected him. As someone who goes to sin, his eyes are bowed down, he was talking to the eyes. '

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