- Sharad Pawar said in the meeting – keep a close watch on the situation ‘Shiv Sena will have to help in bringing back the MLAs’
The political crisis in Maharashtra is getting complicated with every passing day. The situation on the ground is still very difficult for the Maha Vikas Aghadi and maintaining majority is proving to be a challenge. Meanwhile, NCP has held an important meeting with its leaders. Many points were discussed on behalf of Sharad Pawar in that meeting.
During the meeting, Sharad Pawar has asked the party leaders to keep a close watch on the current situation. A decision will be taken only after understanding everything. It is clear from his statement that NCP is not going to make any haste yet. No decision will be taken at this time.
Apart from this, the NCP chief also emphasized that the party is yet to leave the Shiv Sena. At the same time, the MLAs who have become rebels will have to help Shiv Sena to bring them back. Earlier, Sharad Pawar had said that he is not going to interfere in the internal matter of Shiv Sena. But now that the crisis is deepening on the government, they too can be seen playing an active role. He even said that anything will be done to save the government and those who have rebelled will also have to pay the price.
The discussion was also on the issue whether NCP should continue in the government after Sanjay Raut’s statement of separation. Should he part ways with Maha Vikas Aghadi? It is being told that this question has been put in front of the party on behalf of Sharad Pawar, no decision has been taken on it yet. It is being said that senior party leaders have told while keeping their opinion that if Shiv Sena brings its rebel MLAs together, in such a situation it can create trouble for both Congress and NCP because many leaders of their party. Running against this alliance.
At the same time, during the press conference after the meeting, it has been made clear by Ajit Pawar that the party is going to stand with Uddhav Thackeray till the end. Every effort will be made to save this government. On the other hand, because some Shiv Sainik MLAs alleged that they were not given the necessary funds by the Guardian Ministers of NCP, Ajit Pawar has only said that all these allegations are baseless and his party never hindered development.
By the way, apart from the NCP, the round of meetings has also started from the Congress side. In the meeting, Congress has expressed hope that the government will be saved and Eknath Shinde will not be able to get the support of 37 MLAs. It has been made clear in the meeting that unless Shiv Sena openly says that it wants to form government with BJP, Maha Vikas Aghadi is going to remain united, the government will also continue.
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