The BJP leadership on Tuesday said that the crisis in its Maharashtra unit will be resolved "amicably" even as senior state unit leader Gopinath Munde arrived in New Delhi for talks.
"There is no crisis. Gopinath Munde is in Delhi on Tuesday and I am sure that misunderstanding, if any, will be resolved amicably," party president Rajnath Singh told reporters after a meeting of the parliamentary party here which was attended by senior party leaders including LK Advani.
Munde had created a flutter in political circles by resigning from all party posts on Sunday. He had said that the party had not been functioning in a democratic manner which led him to take the decision.
On the issue of price rise, he said the NDA will be meeting in the afternoon to decide on a united strategy to expose the UPA government's "failure" in economic management.