NCP leader Dhananjay Munde today took potshots at former Maharashtra chief minister Narayan Rane who recently quit the Congress and is awaiting his induction in the BJP-led NDA government in the state.
Munde, Leader of Opposition in state Legislative Council, said Rane got nothing after quitting the Congress.
Munde was in the city to participate in a "pakoda" protest organised by his party against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reported remarks that frying the snack was also a form of employment for the youth.
"Munde is very young and is not capable of speaking against me. If I will start replying, it would be difficult for him," Rane told reporters tonight.
After quitting the Congress, Rane had last October floated a political outfit Maharashtra Swabhiman Paksha (MSP) which subsequently became part of the NDA.
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