NCP chief Sharad Pawar said – It is necessary to understand the feelings of farmers, if this does not happen, there will be serious consequences.

NCP chief Sharad Pawar said on Friday that it is necessary for any delicate authorities to understand the sentiments of the agitating farmers nevertheless it did not occur, so it will have serious penalties. Pawar instructed reporters right here that it will be unusual for the state governors to take part in the public relations marketing campaign to elevate funds for the development of the Ram temple in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh.

Pawar said he does not take the subject of renaming cities like Aurangabad or Osmanabad severely and there will be no impasse between Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress, the constituents of Mahavikas Aghadi in the state. Farmers have been demonstrating for the previous a number of weeks on Delhi’s borders in opposition to the Center’s three new agricultural legal guidelines.

Pawar said, farmers are protesting in this chilly. The protesters are standing on the 5-kilometer route. They are agency about their calls for. It is necessary for any delicate authorities to understand the feelings of farmers. But if it does not occur, it will have serious penalties. On a query about the mass public relations program to elevate funds for the development of Ram temple, Pawar said that it is the proper of any group to ask for donations.

Pawar said with out naming anybody, however I’ve heard … I do not understand how true it is that the Governors of the states are additionally collaborating in it. If these information are true then it is unusual. The former Union Minister said that Governor is an essential submit, it is for the state and all its folks.

When requested about the subject of renaming Aurangabad and Osmanabad cities, Pawar said that he does not take it severely. He said, there is no disagreement between us (of the alliance). You can name it Aurangabad, DharaShiva or another identify. I do not take this subject severely. So I will not touch upon it.

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