Pankaja appealed to supporters to reach Beed on 12 December, we believe it that she can make a declaration in this.
Pankaja lost the election to her cousin and NCP leader Dhananjay Munde from Parli seat in the recent assembly elections.
Maharashtra BJP leader and former minister Pankaja Munde has given indications leaving the party. On Sunday, he posted on Facebook, “Now one needs to think and decide what to do next”. Pankaja has appealed to supporters on December 12 to reach Beed’s Gopinathgarh. On December 12, Pankaja’s father is the birthday of the late Gopinath Munde. Pankaja lost the election to his cousin and NCP leader Dhananjay Munde from the Parli assembly seat.
In this post written in Marathi, Pankaja said, “In the backdrop of the current political changes, there is a need to decide on the future journey. I need 8 to 10 days to talk to myself. What to do now? Which route to choose? What can we give to people? What is our strength? What are people’s expectations? I will consider all these aspects and will come before you on 12 December. ”
Pankaja complained to the top leadership of BJP
According to party sources, Pankaja has complained to the top leaders of the party that they did not lose the election, rather they were defeated. Pankaja has told many such things to senior leaders with evidence of how she was worked to get the election done. Sources also claim that Pankaja is angry with former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.
BJP started politics from Yuva Morcha
Pankaja is the daughter of former Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister and late BJP leader Gopinath Munde. Pankaja won the elections from the Parli assembly seat in Beed district in 2009 and 2014. They named her in the 206 crore Chikki scam. Pankaja is the niece of the late BJP leader Pramod Mahajan. He started politics from the BJP Yuva Morcha.