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Maharashtra: 2 NCP MLAs go missing, police complaint filed


Shahapur NCP MLA Daulat Daroda and MLA Nitin Pawar went ‘missing’ after reaching Raj Bhavan in south Mumbai the morning where Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar took oath as chief minister and deputy CM. With this in mind Congress, NCP and Shiv Sena have shifted their legislators to a safe places. The NCP is very cautious in this regard. However, such a precautionary measure has lost two of their MLAs. A complaint has been lodged with the police.

According to details obtained in this regard, Nashik MLA Nitin Pawar and Shahpur MLA Daulat Doda have been missing since yesterday. They have neither reached home nor came to the party meeting. Besides, they could not be contacted.

In this connection, the son of MLA Nitin Pawar has filed a complaint at Panchavati police station. In which it is said that Nitin Pawar’s phone is switched off after he was asked to join the party meeting. Nitin Pawar is considered to be the supporter of Ajit Pawar. On the other hand, NCP MLA Daulat Doda also went missing after reaching Rajbhavan this morning. The son said that his father was not in touch even with him since the Saturday morning. At present, the police have launched the a search operation for both the to MLAs.