Extreme emotion as BJP pioneer acts the hero of Dhananjay Munde blamed for lewd behavior
Thursday ended up being a day of extreme emotion for Dhananjay Munde as his gathering boss Sharad Pawar depicted the charges of lewd behavior against him as genuine, "He (Munde) met me and revealed to me his side of the story. I will educate my gathering associates concerning this and make a choice further as this is a genuine issue. The inward party meeting will happen soon," said Pawar.
Not long after the NCP supremo offered this expression, there was a whirlwind of action at the state base camp of the NCP, where serve Dhananjay Munde had shown up for his Janta Darbar with constituents. "I will keep whatever Sharad Pawar says," asserted Munde while entering the gathering office. Diminishing his Janta Darbar halfway, Munde at that point proceeded to meet state NCP boss Jayant Patil.
Munde had been blamed for lewd behavior by an Indore based artist who went to the DN Nagar police headquarters on Thursday to record her assertion. BJP's Kirit Somaiya likewise came to meet the concerned police authorities in her help. With all due respect, Dhananjay Munde had set up a Facebook post blaming the complainant for lewd behavior while conceding he had a relationship with the complainant's sister and had two kids without any father present with her. Munde in the post additionally asserted that he had received the kids and his lawfully married spouse and kids had likewise acknowledged them. He guaranteed that the woman, her sister and sibling at that point began coercing him which is the point at which he enrolled a grievance and a legal dispute against them. BJP's Atul Bhatkalkar asked why these subtleties of his wards were not a piece of Munde's political race affirmation. Kirit Somaiya likewise moved toward the Election commission over the equivalent.
With Sharad Pawar calling the issue genuine, briefly, it appeared to be practically sure that Munde would need to dedicate his renunciation. Sena's Sanjay Raut said that this was an inward matter of the NCP and Pawar would choose it. However, by evening, Munde got approval for his shakedown hypothesis from surprising quarters - the BJP's Krishna Hegde.
Hegde moved toward the Amboli police headquarters in Mumbai guaranteeing a similar complainant had throughout the long term attempted to call him to meet her. He asserted his sources had discovered that she was questionable and was wanting to 'nectar trap' him which is the reason he tried not to meet her. Hegde's affirmations added another turn in the story and raised doubt about the complainant's rendition.
State NCP boss Jayant Patil in his instructions to the press post the gathering with Munde said that the gathering was not going to make a hasty judgment. "The case is being explored by the police. We will anticipate the ends showed up at by the police prior to making any move all alone," Patil stated, demonstrating there was no prompt inquiry of Dhananjay Munde's acquiescence.