PM Modi-Sharad Pawar meets to rule out NCP alliance with BJP

On Saturday an one hour closed meeting was scheduled between Sharad Pawar and PM Modi

On Saturday a meeting between Sharad Pawar and PM Modi was arranged to have a close discussion about the veteran Maratha’s reservation on amendment to Banking Amendment Act set of the speculation in leading NCP to claim that they can never align with BJP.

In the recent times it said that no political should be read into the meeting, the NCP stated out that Pawar has urged some “inconsistencies” in the banking regulation amendment Act in the context of cooperatives.

Jayant Patil, NCP state president, stated that Pawar’s meeting with the PM was confined to the cooperative sector. In the meeting he said that, He has been receiving a lot of complaints across states on the adverse impact of changes in the BR Act on the cooperative sector.

After an hour of the meeting, Pawar had tweeted a letter which he had written to PM Modi, which was pointed out at certain “inconsistencies” in BR Act. Pawar discussed with Modi various issues of national interest and through the letter which drew in his attention at the “issues and conflicts in the wake of certain developments in the cooperative banking sector.”

It also stated that;  with the 97th Constitutional Amendment, State Cooperative Societies Acts and with the Cooperative Principles it is although with the objects and reasons for amending the Act can be lauded, I wish to point out certain inconsistencies and the resulting legal inefficacy of normative provisions of the Act that are in conflict most specifically.

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