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Maharashtra’s deputy CM Ajit Pawar says we can’t urinate to fill dry dams

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Ajit Pawar said “There is this person from Solapur, sitting on hunger strike for 55 days demanding water be released from the dam. But where are we going to get water from? Should we urinate? And when we are not getting water to drink even urine is not coming easily.

Indian Politicians are famous for making controversial statements time to time. Politics and controversies goes hand in hand. Some politicians made derogatory comments against their political opponents. Indeed there are some politicians that are habitual to make such statements just to be in news.Even there are many instances when there was tongue slip.

Maharashtra’s deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar shocked everyone by his statement in a Public rally in Pune.

Ajit Pawar said “There is this person from Solapur, sitting on hunger strike for 55 days demanding water be released from the dam. But where are we going to get water from? Should we urinate? And when we are not getting water to drink even urine is not coming easily.”

Mr Pawar is also the nephew of Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar and a senior leader of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP).

Pawar further said explaining his state of mind “All of you must be thinking that I have taken (liquor) in the day itself.”

Opposition has condemned Ajit Pawar for such remarks when Maharashtra is facing decade worst drought .

The BJP too slammed the comments made by Mr Pawar. “Making an ill-informed comment is a different thing but making such crude and arrogant comments… instead of saying that I stand by the public he makes comments like this. This is the lowest of low in Maharashtra politics,” BJP leader Shaina NC said

BJP spokesperson Prakash Javadekar. Said “His utterly irresponsible statements are an insult to the people of Maharashtra. This lack of electricity and water is the failure of Congress regime because they indulge in corruption, they didn’t bother to augment the resources,”

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