Mumbai, Dec 27 - The Maharashtra BJP on Friday demanded a report on reverses in Ahmednagar district in the October Assembly polls against the backdrop of some prominent faces who lost levelling charges of infighting and sabotage.
Former minister Ram Shinde, who lost from Karjat Jamkhed to NCP chief Sharad Pawar's
Vikhe Patil had crossed over from the Congress to the BJP in July this year, and won from Shirdi in the 2019 Assembly polls.
Party functionaries said LoP and former CM Devendra Fadnavis and
While Vikhe Patil refused to divulge details of the meeting to reporters and only said "minor differences do exist in every party", Shinde said the party had taken serious
He said the responsibility of handling party affairs for
Earlier this month, Shinde had lashed out at Vikhe Patil claiming "in whichever party Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil goes, he creates mischief and a dangerous atmosphere".