Many leaders of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), who joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the Maharashtra assembly elections, are ready to return to their old party. Maharashtra NCP chief Jayant Patil has claimed this. He said that some BJP MLAs are in touch with the party.
Jayant Patil said on Thursday that some leaders who had gone to BJP, but could not become MLAs, now want to return to NCP. There is no problem in taking such leaders to the party. Jayant Patil said that he has a fixed number. We are discussing this issue within the party.
In fact, there has been a lot of buzz for the last few days for the leaders joining the BJP to return to the NCP. NCP leader Nawab Malik claimed a few days ago that many BJP MLAs are in touch with him. He said that the MLAs who went to BJP before the assembly elections want to return to the NCP, but no decision has been taken yet. The decision will be made public soon.
Shortly before the Maharashtra Assembly elections, several NCP leaders joined the BJP. Now the strategy of returning home of these leaders has been prepared. It is being told that Sharad Pawar has entrusted the responsibility to the party’s state president Jayant Patil.