NCP leaders rule out Dhananjay Munde's resignation rumours

Sharing the information, NCP leader and Social Justice Minister Dhananjay Munde said that neither the party has asked me to resign, nor has he taken a decision voluntarily.

NCP leaders rule out Dhananjay Munde's resignation rumours

Recently, NCP leader Dhananjay Munde had to face serious allegations, whereby a woman accused of being raped by Munde. These reports stirred conversations in the political circle, and it was said that the party had asked Munde to resign due to the same.

Clarifying the matter, Munde said that he was not asked to resign, and he hasn't taken a step voluntarily either. Opposition parties, however, wanted the Social Justice Minister to resign from the party following allegations of rape.

Sharing more information, NCP President Sharad Pawar said that the nature of the allegations is serious and this has been considered by the party. The information was shared by Munde with other colleagues in the party, basis which, officials will be taking the next steps after thorough consideration and approval. Members of the party neither want this to take long nor do they want to get involved in court cases. However, decisions will be taken wherever necessary.

Cabinet Minister Jayant Patil added that Dhananjay Munde was being blackmailed and is facing serious allegations. A police inquiry is underway and the party will only be taking decision once the police inquiry report is released. He confirmed that the party hasn't asked him to resign and the talks in the circle could have added the pressure for Munde to resign.

As per reports, the case has taken a different turn after a BJP leader Krishna Hegde claimed that a woman named Renu Sharma had been trying to trap him and had been chasing me for the last five years. Warning the people, he stated that he was shocked after the allegations and maybe wanted the same to happen with him two years ago. Hegde has lodged a complaint with the Amboli police.

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