Shinde is trying to overthrow ‘Raja’ on foot, here is the game of power

Maharashtra Political Crisis: A game is going on in Maharashtra politics. Uddhav Thackeray, sitting at the helm of power by becoming ‘Raja’, is at stake. Eknath Shinde is playing political chess. The politics of Maharashtra is changing with his every move. A picture of him playing the power game. In this picture Eknath Shinde is […]
 


Shinde is trying to overthrow ‘Raja’ on foot, here is the game of power

Maharashtra Political Crisis: A game is going on in Maharashtra politics. Uddhav Thackeray, sitting at the helm of power by becoming ‘Raja’, is at stake. Eknath Shinde is playing political chess. The politics of Maharashtra is changing with his every move. A picture of him playing the power game. In this picture Eknath Shinde is seen playing chess. That’s why this picture has become special because the game of coup is going on in Maharashtra politics right now.

Eknath Shinde is revolting and raising thorns in favor of the coalition government of Maharashtra. It started after the results of the Legislative Council elections in Maharashtra came out. Since then, it has become difficult for Uddhav Thackeray to handle the earthquake in Maharashtra politics. However, Eknath Shinde had revolted last Tuesday. Shinde, accompanied by some Shiv Sena MLAs, drove straight from Mumbai to a hotel in Surat, Gujarat. As soon as this news came, the Maharashtra government was shaken and then the politics of Maharashtra started running.

When Shiv Sena accused the MLAs of forcibly lifting them, Shinde said that this is a rebellion. Then the meeting of the major parties of Maharashtra started and the rebel MLAs were sent from Surat to Guwahati. Shiv Sena’s attitude was first seen on Shinde’s rebellion. Shiv Sena first removed Eknath Shinde as the leader of the legislature party and then threatened to cancel the membership of other MLAs including Shinde.

On the other hand, the association of MLAs with Shinde’s faction remained the same. Eknath Shinde then called himself the real Shiv Sena and created a stir in Maharashtra politics. He also demanded that CM Uddhav Thackeray separate from the MVA and form the government with the BJP. Such was the effect of the announcement that CM Uddhav had to come forward and give a statement. Addressing the people of Maharashtra, Uddhav Thackeray said that if I did not have my own, I would have resigned. Shinde comes to me and takes my resignation. Then CM Uddhav Thackeray vacated the government residence Varsha Bungalow with his family and went to Matoshree.

How successful is Shinde in forming the government?
According to sources, the Shinde group has written a letter to the deputy speaker. The letter has the signatures of all the MLAs and claims to form the government. It is believed that they will be recognized as a separate group. It is not yet known what he will do after leaving office. Let us tell you that to form the government, either they will need the support of BJP or they will have to join the old alliance.

Ball in favor of Shinde!
Let us tell you that the ball is currently in Shinde’s favor. He is being proposed by both BJP and Shiv Sena. Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut also said that if all the MLAs want, they can consider exiting from the front of Maha Vikas. Apart from this, BJP is supporting him to form the government.

13 MLAs in CM’s meeting,
The effect of 42 Shinde’s rebellion with Shinde was that when Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray met today, only 13 MLAs reached this meeting. So Shinde also shared a video with Guwahati MLAs claiming that he has the support of 49 MLAs. He is accompanied by 42 Shiv Sena MLAs and 7 Independent MLAs.

On the other hand, Shinde again played his trick on Sanjay Raut’s offer to come out of MVA. , He put a condition that Uddhav Thackeray will resign from the post of Chief Minister and the next thing will happen when Maha Vikas comes to the fore. We are not believing Uddhav’s words. It remains to be seen how long the game will last and for how long Uddhav Thackeray will remain in power.