Youngsters want change - Sharad Pawar
- Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar expressed confidence that there will be a change of guard in Maharashtra after the Assembly elections.
- Voting for the 288 assembly seats in the state was held on Monday. Pawar, his grand-daughter Revati Sule and son-in-law Sadanand Sule voted at a polling booth in south Mumbai in the morning.
- Maharashtra lagged behind in sectors such as agriculture and industries, and there were job losses too, the former Union minister claimed.
- His statement came before the release of exit polls, which have predicted that the BJP and Shiv Sena are set to retain Maharashtra in a landslide win.
- Election results will be out on October 24.
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