Sena deepens the suspense over Pankaja's plans
MUMBAI: The defeat of BJP politicians in recent assembly polls shocked many, and now their Facebook page has left people confused about their continuity in the party. The former minister of development of women and children wrote on Facebook that, considering the change in the current political scene and their responsibilities, they needed to decide on their political journey.
I'm going to give you eight to ten days as you asked. I also want time to introspect a little during these days ... I will think and decide on all this and appear before you on December 12. Munde appealed to his supporters. Political experts said he could be trying to pressure the party to get a seat in the MLC and become an opposition leader in the legislative council.
Amid speculation about unhappiness in BJP about the distribution of tickets for assembly surveys, Shiv Sena deputy Sanjay Raut said Pankaja and some other BJP leaders were in contact with his party.