Maharashtra: Ajit Pawar said on the demonstration at Sharad Pawar's residence, the police will find out the mastermind

Ajit Pawar

 Pune, ANI. Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said that the police will trace the mastermind of the protest outside Sharad Pawar's Mumbai residence. He said the protest by the employees of the State Road Transport Corporation was an intelligence failure. An inquiry has been ordered into the incident. Talking to reporters in Pune on Saturday, Ajit Pawar said that it was an intelligence failure. A senior police officer has been appointed to probe the incident, he will find out who was behind the incident. According to him, the media was seen there, which means the media had the information but why did the police not gather all this information. I think this will also be investigated. Asked whether there was any political hand behind the protest, the minister said until the police file their report, I should not level any allegations or name any political party or leader

Uddhav Thackeray also condemned the incident

Ajit Pawar said that I am sure that the police will find out the mastermind of this incident, due to which it happened. Once they come to know, it will be revealed to everyone. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had earlier condemned the protests and directed the administration to take action against those responsible. Thackeray said that I had directed the Home Minister to take strict action against those inciting or instigating violence as well as those instigating it. No one should act in such a way that the law and order is threatened..

Know what is the matter

Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) employees on Friday attacked Nationalist Congress Party President Sharad Pawar's residence. They pelted stones at Pawar's bungalow and threw slippers. There is a demand of the employees that their corporation should be merged with the state government. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has asked the police department to take strict action against the culprits in this case. Mumbai Police has registered an FIR against 107 people for inciting riots and conspiracy. Along with this, the police asked the transport workers protesting at Azad Maidan to leave from there. Sharad Pawar lives in the Breach Candy area of ​​South Mumbai. At around 4 pm, employees of Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation reached in front of his bungalow in several groups and started raising slogans against Mahavikas Aghadi government and Sharad Pawar. They also broke the barricades put up for security. During the attack, Sharad Pawar's daughter and MP Supriya Sule came out of the bungalow and was seen trying to pacify the furious employees.

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