Nitin Gadkari is right man in wrong party: Maharashtra minister Ashok Chavan

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Maharashtra Minister and senior Congress pioneer Ashok Chavan on Sunday praised Union Minister Nitin Gadkari saying that he is the right man in some unsuitable social affairs. 

Addressing mediapersons via video conferencing, Chavan said, "I often talk about Nitin Gadkari. I had praised him the day before yesterday. He is an efficient minister. There are many issues which are related to basic amenities and infrastructure of Maharashtra. Gadkari takes those subjects seriously. I publicly praise his way of working either by writing articles or via tweets. But praising him does not mean that I support him politically. After all, he is a minister in the NDA government. So all I will say is that he is the right man but in the wrong party."

On Sunday when the NDA government at the middle was completing the finish of seven years in office, Congress pioneer Ashok Chavan accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi-driven government for failing to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. He affirmed that the Center has brought all unique powers into its hands, but at this point after the scene of Covid-19, it is denouncing the state governments.

Inquired whether he had a most loved minister in the NDA government, Chavan answered that "good words" must be spoken about Union minister Nitin Gadkari who is additionally the MP from Nagpur. Chavan said Gadkari keeps a "dialogue with other parties despite ideological differences".

Source : Indian express

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