Prime Minister Narendra Modi has urged the Opposition to shed negativity and confrontational attitudes in Parliament and embrace positivity for the benefit of the country. He made the comments on the opening day of the winter session, following the Bharatiya Janata Party's recent victories in three key states. Modi called for cooperation and suggested that the Opposition should debate the shortcomings of the government rather than express frustration. He warned that it would not be good for democracy if the Opposition's image became associated with hatred and negativity.
After Ajit’s first address to his faction’s workers soon after taking oath as deputy chief minister, he had stopped personally attacking his uncle. But latest developments indicate that he is out to finish Pawar politically. His announcement of contesting four Lok Sabha seats including Pawar family pocket-borough Baramati confirms this. It remains to be seen if he fields wife Sunetra or son Parth as is being speculated.