Former Maharashtra Minister Pankaja Munde

File photo of BJP leader Pankaja Munde.

File photo of BJP leader Pankaja Munde.

Pankaja Munde said she would also visit every part of Maharashtra once the pandemic situation improves, adding that she shared good relations with leaders of all parties.

  • PTI
  • Last Updated: June 3, 2020, 7:27 PM IST

Former BJP minister from Maharashtra, Pankaja Munde on Wednesday said that Union Home Minister Amit Shah was her leader and she would meet him soon.

She also said that she would visit every part of Maharashtra once the coronavirus situation in the state improves. Munde was interacting with supporters on social media on the death anniversary of BJP stalwart and her father Gopinath Munde.

“I am in Mumbai and the administration had requested me not to visit Gopinathgad (memorial of Gopinath Munde in Beed district) due to COVID-19…I want to reach every corner of Maharashtra and meet everyone. I will come out once the pandemic situation improves,” she said.

“Politics has changed now…My opponents tried to defame me. I didn’t give any clarifications and continued to work…Keeping quiet helps in taking decisions,” said Munde, who was defeated by her cousin and NCP rival Dhanajay Munde from Parli seat during the last Assembly elections held in November 2019.

“Amit Shah is my leader. We keep interacting and will meet soon,” Munde said, adding that she had good relations with leaders of all parties.





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