Former Maharashtra chief minister Narayan Rane has been in three of the state’s four major political parties. In his recently released Marathi autobiography Zanjhaawat (tornado), Rane, now in the BJP, attributed his 12-year stint in the Congress (from 2005 onwards) to fate. He drew lots and chose the Congress over the NCP. No one’s convinced, though. NCP’s Gurunath Kulkarni had vehemently opposed Rane’s entry. Plus, Rane wanted the CM’s post, which was held by the Congress.