Suspended Congress leader Narayan Rane on Wednesday indicated that the party high command would be taking a "positive" decision about him soon that would benefit the party in Maharashtra.
"The process is on from their side and I feel that a positive decision will be taken in the next few days," Rane, who was suspended last year following his attack on the leadership as also Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan, told reporters after his meeting with senior party leader A K Antony and other party leaders.
Antony is chairman of the AICC's Disciplinary Action Committee as also in charge of Maharashtra's party affairs.
"I hope he is also satisfied," Rane, who is seeking rehabilitation in the party, remarked when asked whether Antony was satisfied by the explanation tendered by him in the wake of the disciplinary action committee's against him.
"I am satisfied. I feel that the party leadership will take proper steps for the benefit of the party in Maharashtra and to create an atmosphere of unity," he said, adding he would do utmost for ensuring party's victory in the coming Lok Sabha elections.