In Maharashtra, the bugle of rebellion sounded in the Shiv Sena government. Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath was not able to save his own government, now he has come to save the Maharashtra government by becoming the troubleshooter of the earthquake government of three different parties (Shiv Sena-Congress-NCP) and saying that the government should There is no danger. On the other hand, MP Sanjay Raut is talking about dissolving the assembly. The Maharashtra government seems to be facing both political and administrative crises.
The fire of the Agneepath scheme for the Agniveers in the country cooled down, so now the test of the Maharashtra government has started. Some are accusing the BJP of defection by transacting crores, some are kidnapping MLAs, and some are telling democracy in danger. This proves that there is not much difference between a leader and an actor. Actors are adept at doing dramatic performances on screen, while politicians don’t let themselves be left behind in their bahirupiya skills in politics.
Shakuntala Mahesh Nenawa, Indore
the biggest blow
The Naya of the Maha Aghadi government, formed two and a half years ago in Maharashtra, seems to be hesitant. Shiv Sena’s strong pillar in the government, Eknath Shinde, has sounded the trumpet of rebellion. Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray of the Eknath Shinde faction is accused of forging an alliance with the Congress for power, bypassing Balasaheb’s principles and has forgotten Hindutva.
The Congress kept silent on the insult of Shivaji Maharaj and the Palghar incident and removal of Article 370. There is truth in Eknath Shinde’s allegations, as the Shiv Sena betrayed its ally Bharatiya Janata Party, which has almost twice the number of seats, to gain power. Now Shiv Sena is accusing BJP that it wants to topple the government by luring their MLAs. When Shiv Sena itself broke all the limits in the fight for power, then where does it have the moral right to blame the BJP now?
If Shiv Sena splits because of Eknath Shinde’s rebellion, it will suffer the biggest blow ever and will be forced to fight for its existence and it is very possible that it will be forced to leave the Congress side and re-establish Hindutva founded by Balasaheb. agenda has to be followed.
Satprakash Sanothia, Rohini, Delhi