India Today in association with C-Voter has conducted the ‘Mood of the Nation’ survey. After this, once again there has been a stir in the politics of Maharashtra. Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar has reacted to the India Today-C Voter survey. He said that the survey of this agency shows the correct picture regarding the power in the country.
According to the survey, if the Lok Sabha elections are held today, then the BJP-led NDA in Maharashtra may suffer a major setback. On this, Sharad Pawar said in Kolhapur that there is an anti-BJP atmosphere in the state. The survey shows the true picture.
Eknath Shinde rebelled against Shiv Sena about 6 months back in Maharashtra. After this there was a change of power in the state. Therefore Uddhav Thackeray had to resign from the post of CM. However, after the results of the C-Voter survey conducted for the Lok Sabha elections came out, eyebrows of many people in the political circles have been raised.
What exactly did Sharad Pawar say?
NCP chief Sharad Pawar said that he has read the survey. The public opinion today is against the ruling party of the country. Also said that the survey figures regarding Maharashtra are clearly indicating that the ruling party from the state may be ousted from power.
‘The survey has proved accurate many times’
Sharad Pawar said that of course it is a survey. But we have seen the previous surveys of this agency. The accuracy of this agency has been proved many times. But I wouldn’t trust it completely. He said that this survey has shown a direction.
‘Congress seats will increase in the country’
Sharad Pawar said that it seems that the seats of Congress will increase in the country. For example, the survey of Karnataka is different. We have taken more information about this. We think that BJP will not come to power in Karnataka. People are eager for change there too. But this picture of the upcoming change must be troubling many people. Regarding UP, Sharad Pawar said that it is the most important part of the country, but we do not have concrete information about it.
The NCP chief said that at present we are trying to bring the opposition parties together. I am talking to some people myself. But there are some difficulties in local equations. Left and NCP have come together in Kerala. We have a government in Kerala, but our main opposition there is the Congress, we should remove such difficulties.