Is Maharashtra government in trouble?

April 07 2021

As soon as the Uddhav government of Maharashtra decided that the lockdown could be imposed in Nagpur from March 15 to 21, concerns erupted across the RSS frontline, as the Sangh’s All India Representatives’ meeting is scheduled to be convened in Bengaluru from 19 March, with many senior Sangh leaders and volunteers departing from Nagpur to take part there. Sources reveal that when Uddhav Thackeray came to know about this, he took cognizance of this and called the Nagpur RSS Headquarters and assured the top leaders of the Sangh that there would be no problem in their movement, as his government would take full care of the Sangh leaders’ movement. Even though Uddhav and Shiv Sena are seen raging with the BJP, he has extremely good relations with the Sangh. Also, there are elections for Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation next year where the Shiv Sena has been in power for the last 21 years and the BMC itself provides Shiv Sena its bread and butter. So, Uddhav is also deeply involved in these efforts that in the coming days he should get an agreement with the BJP. While speaking in the assembly recently, Uddhav jokingly oriented towards the BJP benches and said, “We were with you in government earlier, we can be there in the future too.” So on Friday morning, former state Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, along with Mumbai BJP President Chandrakant Patil, suddenly reached the Nagpur without any schedule, and both these leaders held a long closed-door meeting with Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat, after which there was speculation that after the Bengal elections, the ‘Aghadi Vikas Party’ government in Maharashtra may bid farewell and new political equations can be formed in the state.

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