Development Works: Development Works on Slow Track Without Corporators – Latest News | Pune News

Development Works: Development Works on Slow Track Without Corporators – Latest News | Pune News

Pune: Member of Parliament and NCP leader Supriya Sule on Monday said that the absence of elected members is hampering development work across the state. Sule was speaking at a press conference after visiting Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC).
Sule also said that the NCP’s Sharad Pawar faction was not taking an aggressive stand against deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar as “we are practising the politics of patience.”
She said that Ajit Pawar calling NCP (Sharad Pawar faction) MLA Rohit Pawar “a baccha (a kid)” was not wrong.
“He is Rohit’s uncle. Dada (Ajit Pawar) is a senior citizen. He has all rights to say so as an elder to Rohit,” Sule said, adding that her father became chief minister when he was around Rohit’s age.
According to Sule, issues like water supply, poor garbage management, bad roads and infrastructure problems are consuming all the cities and civic bodies are finding it difficult to resolve these matters.
“The BJP was in power in PMC for five years. Even then, they could not resolve civic issues. They promised to give 24X7 water supply in their manifesto, but citizens have not benefitted, ” she said.
On whether Ajit Pawar, Pune’s guardian minister, has failed to deliver, Sule said, “It will be not fair to blame one individual for all the issues. Government departments and municipal corporations should do their jobs to address public concerns.”
On her tough stand against deputy chief minister Devendra Fadnavis while going soft against her cousin Ajit Pawar, the other deputy chief minister, Sule said that she was not making personal attacks. “I am not targeting Fadnavis as an individual. I speak on issues about his ministry. The remarks are not personal, but pertaining to policy,” she added.
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