Maharashtra Political Crisis Amit Shah Meets BJP President JP Nadda
Maharashtra Political Crisis Amit Shah Meets JP Nadda: There has...
Maharashtra Political Crisis Amit Shah Meets JP Nadda: There has been a stir in Maharashtra politics over the alleged displeasure of senior Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde. Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah met Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President JP Nadda on Tuesday. According to information received from sources, a meeting took place between the two leaders at the residence of JP Nadda. This meeting of both the leaders is taking place at a time when such reports came out that Maharashtra government minister Eknath Shinde is not in Mumbai but is camping with some MLAs in a hotel in Surat city of Gujarat.
On the other hand, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut told reporters in Mumbai that it is true that some MLAs could not be contacted on Monday night after the Legislative Council elections, but the party has now succeeded in reaching out to some of them. He said that Eknath Shinde is not in Mumbai, but contact has been made with him.
Political agitation intensifies in Maharashtra
However, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut did not elaborate on the number of MLAs accompanying Eknath Shinde. The same NCP chief Sharad Pawar claimed that the MVA government is running properly in the state and there is no danger. A day earlier, the ruling Mahavikas Aghadi alliance had suffered a setback in the Maharashtra Legislative Council elections. Shiv Sena, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Congress are constituents of the MVA. Earlier, the ruling coalition has suffered a setback in the Rajya Sabha elections. BJP says that the countdown to the government has started in the state.
BJP’s eye on political developments!
Meanwhile, BJP’s Maharashtra unit president Chandrakant Patil, while talking to reporters in Mumbai regarding the latest political developments, said that the party is keeping an eye on these developments. He said that it is too early to say that these incidents will take the form of any change. He told that former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has left for Delhi and he will meet the national leaders of the party.
What did Union Minister Narayan Rane say?
Amidst the political stir in Maharashtra, Union Minister Narayan Rane, who belongs to the state, said in a tweet that very good Eknath ji. You have taken the right decision at the right time. Otherwise, you too could have had the same fate as Anand Dighe. Dighe was one of the prominent leaders of Shiv Sena. He was from Thane in Maharashtra. He died in the year 2001.