Eknath Khadse, who joined the NCP after leaving the BJP, said that many people want to leave the BJP and to stop him, the party says that the government in Maharashtra is going to fall, but the government is not going to fall.
Let me tell you that senior BJP leader Eknath Khadse, who has been angry since the exit of the Devendra Fadnavis-led Maharashtra government in 2016, left the party on Wednesday and joined the Sharad Pawar-led NCP. On Wednesday, Eknath Khadse accused BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis of trying to destroy his political career and life. On this charge, Fadnavis refused to speak directly, but he termed Khadse’s resignation as bad luck.
Many people want to leave BJP and to stop them the party says the government (in Maharashtra) is going to collapse, but the government is not going to fall: Eknath Khadse, who joined NCP yesterday after quitting from BJP pic.twitter.com/M2sYwpNfId
– ANI (@ANI) October 24, 2020
On Khadse’s allegations on Wednesday, Fadnavis said that his former BJP colleagues were speaking half-truths. If they had complained about me, they should have told senior party leaders. Describing Khadse’s resignation as unfortunate, Fadnavis said it would have been better had he not resigned. Fadnavis said that I will not speak about it today, but will do so at the appropriate time. He claimed that despite Khadse leaving the party, not a single MLA would leave the BJP.
Khadse claimed that a lot of people want to join the NCP. He said, “As per my information, many MLAs are in touch with him. The minister said he was sure that the BJP would consider why a senior leader like Khadse left the party.