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Veteran politician and ex-Maharashtra CM Narayan Rane to release his biography today

Narayan Rane is a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP who was earlier a senior Congress leader. Notably, Rane hasn't invited anyone from his former political party for the launch event

Veteran politician and ex-Maharashtra CM Narayan Rane to release his biography today

Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Narayan Rane will be releasing his biography on Friday, August 16. The former Congress leader's biography will be available in both English and Marathi. 

Interestingly, Rane who quit the Congress party almost two years ago, has not invited any leader from his former political party. However, on the other hand, Rane has invited the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar along with Bharatiya Janata Party leader Nitin Gadkari.

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Currently, Rane is a BJP MP in Rajya Sabha and has created quite a buzz after ignoring the Congress leaders and not inviting them to the book launch.

Meanwhile, the Marathi version of his memoirs, ‘Zanzavat’ and the English one titled ‘No Holds Barred’ will be released by Pawar and Union minister Nitin Gadkari at Yashwantrao Chavan Pratishthan in Mumbai on August 16, Friday. 

The biography's Marathi version has been edited by veteran journalist Madhukar Bhave. On the other hand, the English copy has been edited by Priyam Jody.

The book reportedly consists of sensational information on Maharashtra politics and covers 40 years of Rane’s political journey. While Rane has left Congress, his son Nitesh Rane continues to serve as a member of the legislative Assembly from the party. 

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