NCP suffers serious shock ahead of Maharashtra Election
Ahead of the Maharashtra Assembly Election, the Nationalist Congress Party has suffered a serious shock, as it has lost one of its main leader to the BJP, which aims at a repeat of the previous election in the state this time also.
NCP leader Udayanraje Bhosale, who is a member of parliament, has joined the BJP at a colourful event attended by several senior BJP leaders including BJP president and Union Home Affairs Minister Amit Shah, BJP working president J P Nadda and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.
In the recent Lok Sabha election, the BJP demonstrated an astounding performance in the state of Maharashtra.
Recently, the state’s main opposition parties like the NCP and Congress boasted that the people of the state would think differently in the assembly election.
The recent developments including the latest loss suffered by the NCP indicates that even the members of the opposition parties are not confident about its potential to win the upcoming assembly election.
The Congress is already week in the state. The only hope of those who expect change was the NCP. But, the repeated losses make the Shard Pawar’s party weaker day by day.
Notably, Mr Bhosale is a descendant of Maharaj Chhatrapati Shivaji. He will be a great asset to the Saffron Party. He will definitely increase the BJP’s strength in the state. As a justification to his change of his side, he says that he is impressed by the affection the BJP shows to the ideologies of Maharaj Shivaji. He has also cited the dedicated effort the BJP puts to address the issue of Kashmir Pandits as a reason.
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