Sharad Pawar, Uddhav Thackeray meet again, talk on cop transfers: Sources

Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar met Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Monday night to talk about better co-appointment.


The gathering, which occurred at Matoshree, the Chief Minister’s living arrangement, was the second in four days between the two. No announcement has been made on these gatherings, which have included issues like the exchange of DCP-rank cops in Mumbai and the execution of the coronavirus lockdown. Going with Mr Pawar at Monday’s gathering was Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh.


The gathering comes amid reports of despondency in the union over gatherings not being on counselled on choices like exchanges of cops in Mumbai.
With the Home Department being with the NCP, sources state the exchange of senior cops ought not to have experienced without either the Chief Minister or the Home Minister’s endorsement.

 Sharad Pawar

On Sunday, the state government stayed move requests of 12 Deputy Commissioners of Police which was given by the Commissioner of Police, Param Bir Singh. Not long after the gathering, top Sena pioneers Subhash Desai and Eknath Shinde were additionally observed at Matoshree.

The extraordinary move came after Mr Sharad Pawar ‘s gathering with Mr Thackeray on Friday and scarcely three days after the 10 exchanges were told by Mumbai’s top cop.
Maritime Bajaj, Joint Commission of Police (Administration), gave orders dropping every one of the 10 exchanges however did not explain.

On Sunday Home Minister Anil Deshmukh stated: “We need to express that the CM’s Office and Home Department have chosen to drop the inside exchanges pronounced by Mumbai Police Commissioner. We are working in superb coordination and there are no issues between us”. ve said the MVA has been not able to concede to a few issues, including the designation of MLCs under the Governor’s standard.

The Shiv Sena is additionally irritated with five of its councillors/corporators in Ahmednagar hopping to the NCP. They joined the gathering within the sight of Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar.

Nonetheless, with veteran political Sharad Pawar dealing with the issue, they have additionally said there is no danger to the Maharashtra government, except if Mr Pawar himself decides to do as such.

Then, Congress has likewise communicated misery at not being counselled on key issues. The gathering hit back at Sharad Pawar a week ago after his scorn to Rahul Gandhi for assaults on Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the deadlock with China in Ladakh.


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