In Maharashtra, the game of check and check continues in the Mahabharata of power. Even though Devendra Fadnavis, who was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra again from the Supreme Court, got immediate relief from the floor test immediately, the changing equation is indicating that Devendra is in a hurry to form the government. Fadnavis and BJP were not caught in the game plan of uncle nephew. The people who created the politics of Maharashtra are still saying that the rebellion in the way Ajit Pawar revolted overnight or any game plan of Sharad Pawar.
Within 24 hours of Devendra Fadnavis taking oath as Chief Minister, the situation in Maharashtra seems to have changed completely. Most of the MLAs who were claiming to be with Ajit Pawar, who were sworn in as deputy CM at 8 am on Saturday morning, are visible in Sharad Pawar’s camp, and now there is talk of Ajit Pawar returning to NCP camp Is getting faster The responsibility of bringing Ajit Pawar back to the party has been taken up by NCP legislative party leader Jayant Patil himself.
Meanwhile, talks are continuing with Sharad Pawar’s Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray and top Congress leaders. Sharad Pawar has assured both Shiv Sena and Congress that there is no break in the party. Sharad Pawar, while fully uniting the party, has sent the information of the support letter of his MLAs and the information about Jayant Patil’s election to the Legislature Party leader.
Just before the hearing in the Supreme Court, NCP Legislature Party leader Jayant Patil reached the Raj Bhavan with a letter with signatures of 51 MLAs. Jayant Patil said that Ajit Pawar’s name is also included in the list of MLAs given to Raj Bhavan and he himself will meet Ajit Pawar and try to convince him.
It is being told that Ajit Pawar is in touch with some big NCP leaders and efforts are on to convince them. There are also reports that Sharad Pawar and Supriya Sule have talked to Ajit Pawar’s brother Srinivas and are trying to persuade him to resign.
Talking about being in touch with Ajit Pawar, the party’s senior leader Nawab Malik said that the party’s path is open to him if he resigns and returns. Nawab Malik appeared before the media after the hearing in the Supreme Court on Sunday. Has also indicated that Ajit Pawar may return to the party. Describing the government of Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis as a minority government, he has demanded his resignation.
In such a situation, the question arises whether the BJP showed haste to form a government in Maharashtra without any preparation or it got caught in the game plan of Pawar camp. Ajit Pawar supporting BJP BJP’s support for Ajit Pawar caught in Maharashtra’s famous irrigation scam and money laundering case Is it really a rebellion against uncle Sharad Pawar or a gameplan in which BJP got caught.
If the present political situation of Maharashtra is visible as it is till the floor test, then the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis will have to chew a lot of votes to get 145 MLAs to win the majority and Devendra Fadnavis, who has been in power of Maharashtra for five years It is realized that only then he is working with the BJP MLAs and the party’s big leaders to prepare the strategy ahead. The question also arises that on what basis did the BJP believe Ajit Pawar and formed a government with him when in fact none of the MLAs was with Ajit Pawar.