Result of merger of 2 loss making companies will be 0, Sanjay Nirupam targets Sharad Pawar’s Congress plan.

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Posting on social media X, Nirupam wrote that he has been thinking of merging his party with Congress for a long time. Congress had also given him this proposal several times. There was a problem regarding the daughter. He had requested his daughter to hand over the leadership of Congress in Maharashtra, which was rejected by the Congress. Now the situation has changed. His party has disintegrated. His latest statement means that Baramati may slip out of his hands, perhaps he fears so.

After Maharashtra leader Sanjay Nirupam took entry from Congress to Eknath Shinde led Shiv Sena, Sharad Pawar’s NCP seems to be under attack. He took a dig at the Sharad Pawar-led Nationalist Congress Party (NCP). Taking his ex into account, Nirupam said that Sharad Pawar has been thinking of merging his party with Congress for a long time. Nirupam claimed that Congress had put forward this proposal to Pawar several times, but the plan never came to fruition due to his daughter’s involvement. He claimed that Pawar had suggested that the Congress should hand over the leadership in Maharashtra to his daughter, but the party rejected the proposal.

Posting on social media X, Nirupam wrote that he has been thinking of merging his party with Congress for a long time. Congress had also given him this proposal several times. There was a problem regarding the daughter. He had requested his daughter to hand over the leadership of Congress in Maharashtra, which was rejected by the Congress. Now the situation has changed. His party has disintegrated. His latest statement means that Baramati may slip out of his hands, perhaps he fears so. Even if that doesn’t happen, they have no option but to merge with the Congress. Because the political acumen his daughter possesses is insufficient to save a sinking party. But the merger that will happen will again be the merger of two loss making companies. The result, a big zero.

Nirupam’s comments come after Pawar recently hinted at joining the Congress party in the future. Speaking to The Indian Express, Pawar had said that some regional parties may forge closer ties with the Congress in the next two years or even consider merging with it. Emphasizing the common ideological basis between the Congress and his NCP party, he said that both the parties work on Nehru-Gandhi principles.

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