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Sharad Pawar steps down as NCP President

Sharad Pawar, the founder of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and a veteran Indian politician, has resigned as the party president after 23 years. During a virtual meeting with the party’s core committee members, the 80-year-old leader cited health reasons as the primary factor behind his decision to step down from the position. However, Pawar also assured that he would continue to work for the party’s growth and success as an active member.

Pawar’s resignation has taken many political leaders by surprise, who have lauded his contributions to Indian politics. During his leadership, the NCP emerged as a significant political force in Maharashtra and won several elections. Pawar is widely respected for his astute political strategies and experience as the former Chief Minister of Maharashtra.

The NCP has yet to announce a successor to Pawar as the party president, but several names have been proposed as possible contenders for the position. In the following days, a decision is anticipated.

Sharad Pawar’s resignation as the NCP president marks the end of an era in Indian politics. His contributions to the NCP and Maharashtra politics will be remembered for a long time, and his absence will be deeply felt by his party and supporters. Nevertheless, it is hoped that he will remain an active figure in Indian politics despite his health issues.

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