It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. In Washim district also a case is being discussed which is shocking the voters. NCP candidates in Kanrja assembly constituency have caught everyone’s attention. The reason is that this candidate has a watch in one hand and Shivbandhan in the other hand. Therefore, the question of whether this candidate belongs to NCP or Shiv Sena has fallen among the voters.
In the 2014 Assembly elections, the NCP had fielded Prakash Dahake’s ticket and fielded Subhash Thackeray, a close associate of party president Sharad Pawar. Expressing displeasure over this, Dahake had joined Shiv Sena and tied Shivbandhan. Meanwhile, now in the 2019 Assembly elections, the incumbent MLA Rajendra Patni from Kanraja Assembly constituency got the nomination from BJP. So Prakash Dahake was found in a dilemma.
Prakash Dahake rejoined the NCP in the run-up to the elections. Sharad Pawar also held a meeting for his campaign. On this occasion, former Minister of State Subhash Thackeray urged Prakash Dahake to leave Shivbandhan in front of Pawar and wear a watch. However, he was rejected by Dahake.
“Shivbandhan is still in hand as we have been associated with Shiv Sena for the last several years. So the clock of the NCP in my mind will remain in the other hand, ”said Dahake. Even so, there is a lot of talk among the voters about the Shiv Sena and the NCP. Prakash Dahake has a good weight in political circles. He is a former MLA and brother-in-law of senior NCP leader Dilip Walse.