Pankaja Munde, daughter of BJP stalwart late Gopinath Munde, had lost the Parliament seat to her cousin and NCP rival Dhananjay Munde in the state assembly polls held last year.
The 11 dams in Marathwada districts were proposed to be interlinked to move water from excess to deficient ones, and distribute it through pipelines to the people.
The former minister had said she was not unhappy with her party, but went on to add that the BJP was free to decide on her continuance in the party.
Addressing a rally today in Beed district on the occasion of the birth anniversary of her late father Gopinath Munde, Pankaja said the BJP was free to decide on her continuance in the party.
Pankaja, who belongs to an OBC community, had caused a flutter earlier this month with a social media post on her 'future journey' in view of the changed political scenario in the state.
State BJP president Chandrakant Patil, who was at Aurangabad for the meeting, said Pankaja remained absent with a prior permission as she was unwell.
The speculations had started earlier this week after row over party leader Pankaja Munde’s facebook post.
Political circles were abuzz since Sunday when Pankaja wrote a Facebook post on her 'future journey' in view of changed political circumstances in Maharashtra.
in her three recent tweets posted on November 28, she congratulated Maharashtra's new Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray but not the government formed by the Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress.
Speculations are rife over Pankaja's political stand, which she has promised to announce on December 12, the birth anniversary of her father Gopinath Munde.