“He has quit the BJP after serving the party for over 35 years… He will join the NCP on Friday afternoon,” NCP State President and
Besides, several other BJP leaders, including many activists at various levels, are likely to follow suit and shall be followed by other elected legislators later, said Patil.
“Khadse Saheb has expressed his willingness to work under the leadership of NCP President
Earlier, Khadse informed newspersons that he had quit from the primary membership of the BJP.
However, state BJP spokesperson Keshav Upadhye claimed that the party has not received his (Khadse’s) resignation letter so far.
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