Maharashtra Legislative Council chairman’s son-in-law becomes Assembly Speaker
He quit that party and joined NCP in 2014.He had then claimed that inaccessibility of party top brass read Uddhav Thackeray prompted him to quit the Sena.Narvekar contested the 2014 Lok Sabha elections from Maval, losing to Shrirang Appa Barne of the Shiv Sena.He joined the BJP before the 2019 Maharashtra Assembly polls from Colaba. He won the Colaba Assembly seat, defeating Congress Ashok Jagtap.
Maharashtra on Sunday became the only state in the country where the presiding officers of the Legislature are in-laws.
BJP MLA Rahul Narvekar has become the new Speaker of the Maharashtra Assembly. His father-in-law Ramraje Naik of NCP is the chairperson of the Legislative Council.
He had then claimed that inaccessibility of party top brass (read Uddhav Thackeray) prompted him to quit the Sena.
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