Mumbai: BJP national secretary Pankaja Munde has dismissed reports of meeting Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi. "I have not met any leader regarding party entry. I have never met Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi. Today, new experiments are taking place in politics. For 20 years, I have worked day and night for the party. Despite this, ethics are being questioned and rumors are being spread.
Bjp leader Pankaja Munde said, "There is a news that I have met Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi. Why is this discussion taking place? Because many times I was not invited to the party program? Has been neglected. Therefore, the party should answer this. Whatever I have to do, I will do on Dunk's injury. The idea of BJP is in my blood. I am following the ideas of Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Gopinath Munde."
BJP leader Pankaja Munde said, "The BJP has 105 MLAs. There is discontent among many MLAs. But they are unable to speak out of fear. PM Narendra Modi had given the slogan that 'Na Khaenga Na Khaanga Nahi Khane Jayenge'. People liked this slogan. I have lost the election in 2019 ever since the MLC and Rajya Sabha elections were held. Then my name is run and then i am told angry. I swear by God that I never met Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi ji."
BJP leader Pankaja Munde said, "I was given the form of the Legislative Council and told 10 minutes ago that you cannot fill it. Then I put the party's decision on my eyes. I have never made personal comments on anyone, never stabbed anyone in the back. I had earlier said that I will not shy away from quitting politics when I have to compromise on my ideology, I am going on a two-month leave.
Devendra Fadnavis said that Pankaja tai is our BJP national secretary. They have some opinions. It is true that we have had a struggle with the nationalist. But he is with us today. So it will take some time for some people to adjust. The national leadership will communicate with Pankaja Tai.
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