Former Shiv Sena rebel Bhaskar Jadhav set to rejoin his party
By Dna 10-Sep-2019
- The wheel seems to have turned full-circle for one of the Shiv Sena's original dissidents, Bhaskar Jadhav.
- After a bitter fallout with the leadership, especially then party working president Uddhav Thackeray in 2004, Jadhav rebelled against the Sena and later joined the NCP.
- However, a decade-and-half is a long time in politics. On Friday, Jadhav, who cut his teeth as a Shiv Sainik in 1982, will rejoin his parent party. In 2004, Jadhav rebelled against the Sena after being denied a renomination from Chiplun in Ratnagiri in favour of then Uddhav loyalist and Mumbai corporator, Prabhakar Shinde.
- Though he fought as an independent, Jadhav, who was seeking his third term in the assembly, lost by just over 5,000 votes to Ramesh Kadam (NCP). The next year, he joined the NCP.
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