|Rediff India Abroad Home | All the sections|
Dissidence in NCP blows over
August 03, 2004 18:07 IST
Dissidence in the Nationalist Congress Party blew over after the sulking former Maharashtra deputy chief minister Chhagan Bhujbal attending a party meeting in Mumbai on Tuesday along with two other disgruntled leaders and claiming that 'everything has been resolved'.
Bhujbal, who had kept away from a party training camp in Mumbai on Sunday, attended a high-level meeting at Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel's residence and later told reporters that 'everything is fine now'.
Party chief Sharad Pawar, who had virtually dared Bhujbal to leave the party on Sunday, also attended Tuesday's meeting.
More reports from Maharashtra
Read about: Telgi case | Mumbai blasts