Balasaheb Thorat of Parliament said unable to work with Maharashtra Unit Chief Nana Patole
Parliament senior leader Balasaheb Thorat wrote to the party’s central leadership on the grounds that he could not work with the head of Maharashtra’s unit, Nana Patole, as Nana Patole was “angry” at him, an assistant. Colonel of the former announced Monday.
Nana Patole told reporters in Pune that he did not think Balasaheb Thorat wrote any such letters, adding that he could only comment if he knew the “contents of the letter”.
In his letter to Parliament Speaker Mallikarjun Kharge, Balasaheb Thorat, a former minister and director of the state unit, also said that he was not consulted before making decisions here, the aide said. more.
“Thorat, in his letter to the leadership of Congress, expressed his inability to work with state president Nana Patole and said that if he (Patole) is too angry with him, it will be difficult to work with him. Mr. Thorat also complained about not being consulted while the decision was being made,” the close aide stated.
Nana Patole, told reporters, said: “I don’t know what letter Thorat saheb wrote. I can talk about it if the content is provided to me. I don’t think Thorat wrote any such letter. So.” Nana Patole added that a meeting of the state executive committee of the National Assembly will be held on February 13, where several issues will be discussed to find a solution.
The problem came a few days after Nashik graduated from the MLC constituency Sudhir Tambe, Balasaheb Thorat’s brother-in-law, refused to run despite being an official candidate for Parliament and left his son Satyajit Tambe fight for independence. Satyajit Tambe won the poll, the results of which were announced on February 2.
While Congress blushed over the episode, the silence of Balasaheb Thorat, who is recovering from a shoulder injury, was seen as silent support for the father-son duo Tambe, sources said.
While Mr. Thorat did not participate in Satyajit Tambe’s campaign before the vote on January 30, several members of his family were present. Parliament suspended Sudhir Tambe and Satyajit Tambe from the party because of the MLC poll.
Balasaheb Thorat also said he had been insulted by the (state) party leadership and had made statements against his family on the matter (Tambe), the aide cited the letter.
Several functions from Ahmednagar have been punished for this matter, the letter to Kharge adds.
Nana Patole, on 26 January, dissolved the Ahmednagar District Parliamentary Committee for “anti-party activities” because some members of this committee were said to have campaigned for Satyajit Tambe instead of the candidate whom The party has officially extended its support.
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