Reportedly former maharashtra minister Basavaraj Patil Murumkar resigned from the congress party on Monday. A party official made this claim. Patil was a minister in the state government between 1999 and 2004. He has represented Omerga-Lohara and Ausa assembly constituencies, meanwhile it is now being speculated that he may join bjp today. He lost to BJP's abhimanyu Pawar in the 2019 assembly elections. Patil could not be contacted, but congress leader Abhay Salunkhe said his leaving the party would have no impact as he was not in touch with the public after losing the 2019 elections.

However, the resignation of Basavaraj Patil Murumkar is being seen as a big loss for the Congress. Not only this, there are also speculations about Basavaraj Patil Murumkar joining bharatiya janata party after resigning from Congress. Basavaraj Patil Murumkar is recognized as a leader of the Lingayat community. He is originally a resident of Murum in Umargya of Osmanabad taluk. He is recognized in political circles as the son of former Union home minister shivraj patil Chakurkar.

Moreover now it is being said that Basavaraj Patil Murumkar is waiting for the call of BJP. There is also a possibility that he may announce his joining bjp on Tuesday. Let us tell you that earlier this month, senior congress leader and former chief minister of the state ashok chavan had also left the congress and joined BJP. After this, he was made the rajya sabha candidate by BJP. He was declared elected unopposed on 20 February.

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