The Shiv Sena on Monday welcomed the Centre’s resolution to create the cooperation ministry saying Home Minister Amit Shah, who has been given the extra cost of the brand new portfolio, will do a “good job” as he had been a part of the cooperative motion in Gujarat.
An editorial within the get together mouthpiece “Saamana” additionally stated that there’s not a lot distinction within the area of politics and the cooperative sector, and that “everything happens as per convenience”.
Notably, NCP chief Sharad Pawar, who’s the architect of the Sena-headed Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities in Maharashtra, on Sunday stated the Centre can not intervene within the state’s cooperative sector.
“If Amit Shah has decided to develop and expand the cooperative sector then there is no need to be disturbed. Attempts are being made to create fear among people that (Mr) Shah will dig out old cases of leaders of the Congress and NCP and launch inquiries and will form a government in Maharashtra through “cooperation”. However, saying so is like defaming (Mr) Shah,” the editorial stated.
The Sena stated Mr Shah will do a great job as he had labored as an “activist in the cooperative movement in Gujarat before joining politics”.
“There is not much difference in the field of politics and the cooperative sector in terms of qualities like good and bad, true and false, moral and immoral. Everything happens as per convenience. Finally, everyone is the same in politics,” it stated.
The Central authorities not too long ago carved out a brand new ministry for cooperation, which earlier was a small division within the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare.
Amit Shah on Saturday stated the federal government is set to make cooperatives and all cooperative establishments extra empowered.
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