Jayant Patil of Shetkari Kamgar Paksha’s Controversial Remark Sparks Debate; Mention Sunil Tatkare as Second Wife of Ajit Pawar

Murud: As the Lok Sabha elections loom closer, the political arena has become a battleground of accusations and counter-accusations among rival parties. Amidst this charged atmosphere, a ‘Nirdhar Melawa’ (determination meet) organized by the Shetkari Kamgar Paksha (SKP) in Murud witnessed a controversial statement from Jayant Patil, potentially igniting a firestorm of controversy.

During the gathering, Jayant Patil’s remarks took an unexpected turn as he criticised Sunil Tatkare, a close associate of Ajit Pawar, saying he is the “second wife” of Ajit Pawar. Patil’s statement, delivered with fervour, is poised to stir debate and draw sharp reactions from various quarters.

Ajit Pawar, in a recent press conference held in Pune, announced Sunil Tatkare’s candidacy from Raigad for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, making him the first candidate put forth by the Ajit Pawar faction. However, with seat allocation yet to be finalised, Pawar’s decision has already sparked contention within political circles.

Jayant Patil didn’t mince his words as he lambasted Tatkare during the SKP meeting, accusing him of betraying his brother, Anil Tatkare, who played a pivotal role in his political upbringing. Patil’s impassioned speech resonated with a call for revenge, vowing to ensure Tatkare’s defeat in the elections as payback for perceived betrayal.

Amidst the tumult, Patil rallied SKP workers, urging them to remain steadfast in their commitment to the party’s values and ideals. He reaffirmed SKP’s resilience and determination, asserting that the party’s legacy of fighting for the downtrodden remains unwavering despite challenges and attempts to undermine its influence.

“Shetkari Kamgar Paksha stands firm on its principles,” declared Patil, emphasising the party’s unwavering dedication to its constituents. He cautioned the opposition against underestimating SKP’s resolve, highlighting its enduring commitment to championing the cause of the poor and marginalised segments of society.

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