Legislative Council Speaker and NCP leader Ramraje Naik Nimbalkar is on the verge of leaving the NCP. “The political culture of Satara district is different. We will think outside the party to maintain it and we will announce the decision in the next two days, ”said Ramraje Nimbalkar, signaling to leave the NCP.
The NCP is currently under discussion due to a leader’s leak. Along with former Satara MP Udayan Raje Bhosale, Legislative Council Speaker Ramraje Naik Nimbalkar is also considering leaving the NCP. He hinted at this in an interview with ABP My News Channel. Ramraje Nimbalkar said, “Discussions about my admission have been going on since last month. I haven’t said anything about it. District politics and taluka politics are different. The politics of Phaltan has been different since the Sansthan period. My grandfather was in the first cabinet. The work they do has an impact on us. There was no word on whether the NCP would leave or not. I don’t think Udayan Raje stopped me from joining the party. We liked Pawar’s revolt against Sonia Gandhi. We have always loved arguing with Delhi. I look around the district. It is a district full of political culture. This tradition has to be maintained. For that, I had to go outside the party and think, but I will do it, ”said Ramraje Naik Nimbalkar, who has promised to leave the NCP.
Ramraje Naik Nimbalkar had organized a dialogue meeting of activists at Phaltan two days ago. He has been away from the NCP for the last several days. Therefore, there is talk of his joining BJP or Shiv Sena. Ramraje was likely to announce his role in that meet. However, he did not elaborate on the role.