Maharashtra CM: Political earthquake: Ajit Pawar rebellion Chief Minister Devendra!: Due to the important meeting to establish a new government, the message was sent by Ajit Pada Pawar that he should come to Mumbai at around 7am tomorrow.
As a result, some MLAs of the NCP started appearing before the B-3 bungalow of opposition leader Dhananjay Munde in the morning. Later, he took 4-5 MLAs of the NCP and asked them to go to the Raj Bhavan. But we did not know that there would be an oath, ‘said NCP. Rajendra Shingane said. Vikramgarh Sunil Bhusara and Sandeep Kshirsagar also gave similar information at a press conference.
After midnight on Friday, some NCP MLAs were in touch with Ajit Pawar. They include Sunil Tingare of Wadgaon Sherry, Daulat Daroda of Shahapur, Manikrao Kokate of Sinnar, Rajendra Shingane of Buldar, Sunil Bhusara of Vikramagad, Narheri Zirwal of Dindori, Dilip Bankar of Niphad, Anil Bahadur of Nawal, and Sunil Bansal of Nahd, and Sunil Bhand of Anil.
Dhananjay Munde of Parli Vaijnath, Nitin Pawar of Kalwan were among the MLAs. But seeing the type of Raj Bhavan, Rajendra Shingane reached the Silver Oak Bungalow to visit Sharad Pawar. There they explained the kind of thing that happened in the palace.
After realizing that Ajit Pawar had rebelled in the Nationalist party, Sharad Pawar, the party president, took up the formulas of the party to cool the rebellion. Around 4 pm, a meeting of NCP MLAs was invited. The MLA who accompanied Ajit Pawar was present at the meeting.
They included Dhananjay Munde, Manikrao Kokate, Anil Patil, Sanjay Bansode, Sunil Bhusara, Narhari Jhirwal, Sandeep Kshirsagar, Dilip Bankar, Rajendra Shingane, Sunil Shelek.