MGP for CAC or charge to senior-most minister
Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party president Pandurang Dhavalikar has said that his party will agree to a common solution to the ongoing crisis in the state either in the form of forming cabinet advisory committee (CAC) or giving charge of the state to the senior-most minister in the state to run the government.
He also ruled out any possibility of his party merging with the Bharatiya Janata Party and alleged that some political parties were attempting to divide the MGP by spreading rumours to discourage second-rung leadership from emerging.
“Some political parties have been spreading rumours about the merger, thereby sending wrong signals to the cadres. All MGP MLAs are united. Nobody is going anywhere. There will be no merger with BJP at any cost. The MGP is the oldest regional party and there is no other choice available for the state,” Dhavalikar informed the media in the presence of party MLAs Manohar Babu Ajgaonkar and Deepak Pauskar on Monday.