Nationalist Congress party chief Sharad Pawar alerted his party workers to be ready for the election as he is predicting mid-term polls. Mr. Pawar at the Chintan Baithak [introspection meet] said to the party workers and supporters that NCP did not make any pact with Bharatiya Janata Party to keep them in power and there is no guarantee of BJP that it will last for five years.
The former Union minister made interesting comments about BJP and alleged that it had strategically supported MIM party which made its mark in Aurangabad district. He clarified to the party that NCP remained neutral on the Trust vote day but the single largest party should have made the figure of its strength public. Just like in voting, NCP is being neutral when it comes to supporting any party in Maharashtra.
The party had won 41 seats in the recent elections, 21 down from 2009 elections. NCP also split with Congress party, ending their three decades of alliance. Anyways let's see whether Pawar Predictions will turn true or not.