NCP's legislature party head Ajit Pawar, its Maharashtra chief Jayant Patil, party veteran Chhagan Bhujbal, Mumbai unit president Nawab Malik and Dhananjay Munde will be part of the committee.
Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari had invited the NCP to express its intent and ability to form the government in the state within 24 hours when they visited Raj Bhavan at 8.30 pm on Monday.
A delegation of Congress and NCP leaders called on Maharashtra governor to apprise him of the ground reality after unseasonal rains and demand increased compensation.
Pawar, re-elected from the Baramati assembly seat in Pune district, refrained from commenting on the ongoing war of words between the saffron allies over sharing of power in the new government.
Ajit Pawar assured party legislators that he will be aggressive on issues like unemployment and agrarian crisis.
Of these, 127 have withdrawn their candidatures, leaving 246 in the fray for the 21 assembly seats in this western Maharashtra district.
Those in fray for the October 21 polls include family members of six former chief ministers and four former deputy chief ministers.
Fadnavis, the first BJP chief minister of the state, filed his papers from the Nagpur South-West constituency.
Sharad Pawar's grand-nephew Rohit Pawar will make his electoral debut from Karjat Jamkhed in Ahmednagar district against Ram Shinde, sitting BJP MLA and minister.
He also stated that he resigned from the post of legislator because party chief Sharad Pawar was defamed at this age because of him.
NCP leader Ajit Pawar also questioned the allegations against him in connection with the alleged Rs 25,000 crore scam at the MSC Bank.
NCP leader Ajit Pawar met party chief and his uncle Sharad Pawar at his residence, MP Supriya Sule was also present there.
The ED has filed a money-laundering case against Pawar, his nephew Ajit Pawar, a former deputy chief minister, and others in connection with the scam.
In a surprise development, senior NCP leader and former deputy chief minister of Maharashtra Ajit Pawar has tendered resignation as MLA.
Ajit Pawar’s name had cropped up in the Maharashtra State Cooperative Bank scam worth Rs 25,000 crore along with his uncle Sharad Pawar and over 70 other leaders.