Maharashtra: Politicians disappointed in BJP – will soon return to NCP, claims Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader and Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar has claimed that NCP leaders who joined BJP before the assembly elections are going to return to the party soon. Ajit Pawar said on Saturday that during the assembly elections, BJP had included many leaders and workers of NCP and Congress in its party. These leaders also joined the BJP in the hope that the party would come to power, their plans for field development would be supported, but nothing like this happened.

Ajit Pawar said that the leaders and workers in the BJP are not able to implement any plan for their area and now they are disappointed. So now he wants to return to Vapar NCP. He said that some important leaders in Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad will soon join us again. This will not only happen in Pune and Pimpri-Chinchwad, but also in other parts of Maharashtra.

Last year NCP leaders joined BJP

Meanwhile, Pawar also said that he does not want to make any comment about who will return to the party in the coming days, as the election code of conduct is effective for Gram Panchayat elections. He said that there are some leaders who now want to join us. We will include him in the party after the election code of conduct ends.

It is known that during the assembly elections last year, many NCP leaders joined the BJP along with their supporters. After the Congress and NCP leaders joined the BJP, former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that we are not forcibly joining anyone, but many leaders want to join the BJP on their own but the BJP is a Dharamshala Is not.

Fadnavis and Chandrakant Patil also got tighter

Along with this, he also criticized former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and state BJP chief Chandrakant Patil. He said, “Some leaders were saying that I will return to power and now one more leader is saying that he will return to Kolhapur. Fadnavis has not returned and the other one is going back. ” Pawar said that within a year Patil started feeling that he could not work in Pune and now wanted to return to Kolhapur.

Let us know that recently Chandrakant Patil has said that everyone wants to settle in Pune, but he will not go and he wants to return to Kolhapur, that is, he has indicated that the next election of his political life is fought from Kolhapur Will go.


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