Actor Ajit Pawar made an offensive online post about Sharad Pawar.

Ajit Pawar said that he has never made uncharitable comments (against others) The Constitution guarantees individuals the right to express and express themselves . People should also keep in mind what they say and the impact it has on society, he said .

Mumbai: Maharashtra's Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said on Sunday that such remarks against veteran politician Sharad Pawar, who is also a NCP leader, were regrettable.The Constitution guarantees individuals the right to express and express themselves.People should also keep in mind what they say and the impact it has on society, said Shad Pawar (81), who has been in public life for 60 years.Despite being accused by Thane police on Saturday of making inflammatory social media posts about Sharad Pawar, the deputy CM said that he has never made uncharitable comments (against others).Chitale (29), a film and TV actor, and Nikhil Bhamre, a 23-year-old pharmacy student, were arrested in Nashik on Saturday for allegedly making an insulting comment on Twitter against the NCP leader, whose party shares power with the It contained words like Holl is coming and you hate Brahmins, which allegedly refer to the NCP president.Chitale was arrested under Indian Penal Code Sections 500 (defamation), 501 (printing or engraving material that is suspected to be defamatory), 505 (2) (making, publishing, or circulating any statement, statement, or report promoting hatred, violence, or ill will among classes) and 153 A (spreading hatred among people).PTI MR G