Senior Congress pioneer and previous boss priest Prithviraj Chavan Wednesday said the Congress has no expectation of breaking the three-party partnership and the gathering will uphold the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government for full five years.
“The Congress won’t break the three-party coalition which shaped the Maha Vikas Aghadi government. We are completely certain that the Maha Vikas Aghadi government will last an entire five-year term. This union was shaped to keep the BJP out of force and thusly there is no doubt of pulling out help to the public authority from the Congress side,” Chavan disclosed to The Indian Express.
Chavan’s response came following the harshness caused in the MVA government over MPCC boss Nana Patole’s explanation that Congress will challenge all future races all alone. Indeed, even Mumbai Congress boss Bhai Jagtap has offered similar comments. Indeed, Patole has additionally communicated his longing to turn into the main priest. This has disturbed particularly the Shiv Sena with Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray by implication assaulting the Congress last week during the gathering’s establishment day festivities.
Discrediting the cases that Congress was attempting to debilitate the MVA government, Chavan said, “There isn’t anything incorrectly in saying that the Congress will challenge all races on its own solidarity. Assuming we say that we will challenge 33% of the seats, we will have just 80 seats out of the 288 seats…Then our laborers and pioneers won’t feel invigorated to chip away at other seats…”