The Congress and NCP leaders continue to join the BJP and Shiv Sena in the state ahead of Maharashtra Assembly elections 2019. Sources are reported that film actress Urmila Matondkar, who contested on the Congress ticket in the Lok Sabha elections 2019, is also going to join the Shiv Sena. However, it has not been confirmed yet. But it is being told that Urmila, who recently left the Congress Party, has met PA Milind Narvekar of Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray. These are said to be a courtesy call, but the meeting before the Maharashtra Assembly elections is being seen as Urmila’s next political move.
Let me tell you that on September 10, Urmila broke up with the Congress. Urmila contested the Lok Sabha elections in 2019 from the North Mumbai seat on a Congress ticket in which she lost there. Urmila had accused some Congress leaders of stalking for the defeat. He had also written a complaint letter to the party about this. But Urmila had alleged that some Congress leaders had leaked her letter in the media. Urmila Matondkar had issued a statement to the media announcing her resignation from the Congress. Urmila used to say, ‘I have resigned from the Congress .. The idea of resignation came to my mind at the same time, despite repeated efforts, my Mumbai letter, on May 16, was written by the then Mumbai Congress President Milind Deora. Not Taken. Not only did not take action but the confidential things written in my letter were also leaked to the media. I thought I was cheated. ‘
Let me tell you that on September 10, Urmila broke up with the Congress.
Urmila wrote .. ‘Despite my repeated protests, nobody was worried about this … It happened when people whose names I wrote in the letter for poor performance in the election .. Action against them Not, the party conferred him with more responsibility. It is clear from this that important office bearers of Mumbai Congress are either not competent or committed to change the organization for the good of the party. Urmila further wrote, ‘I will continue to work with full honesty and dignity for the good of the people and I will maintain my ideology and thinking. This letter from Urmila Matondkar clearly shows how mutual factionalism and fratricide dominate in the Congress. Disappointed with this, Urmila left the party.