Sulking Maharashtra BJP leader Gopinath Munde arrived in New Delhi on Saturday, saying he would present his "grievances" to the party leadership, hoping "justice" would be done.
"I will put forth the feelings and grievances of party workers from Maharashtra before the central leadership," said Munde, who will be meeting BJP president Nitin Gadkari and some other top leaders, including L K Advani and Sushma Swaraj.
"I hope justice will be done," he said.
Munde, a prominent OBC leader from Maharashtra, is said to be upset since his supporter Yogesh Gogawale was sidelined for the post of Pune BJP president and Gadkari loyalist Vikas Mathkari was appointed in his stead.
Munde, BJP's deputy leader in the Lok Sabha, has been conveying his unhappiness by skipping some party meetings and other programmes in the state recently.