...so that's why Uddhav was called 'Not Reachable' CM, Corona era had saved the government

...so that's why Uddhav was called 'Not Reachable' CM, Corona era had saved the government

In the midst of a sudden change in political developments in Maharashtra, the voices of rebellion started coming out only a few months after the formation of the government. With the formation of the government, the knock of Corona suppressed the situation of rebellion for a long time, but when the situation became uncontrollable, the biggest explosion of the political crisis took place. The situation in the Maharashtra government had become such that the MLAs, who could not meet Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, started going directly to Eknath Shinde with their problems. Seeing Shinde's hold, the Thackeray family had tied his hands too. At present, with the exigencies of the situation and the occasion, the political upheaval started intensifying and now the result is in front of everyone.

Uddhav could not realize
The reason for the sudden changed political developments in Maharashtra over the past few days is nothing new. Maharashtra's political analyst Tarun Shitole says that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray was aware of the displeasure of the MLAs. Because a lot of complaints of MLAs were continuously reaching Uddhav Thackeray. Initially, some complaints were resolved by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, but later, most of the MLAs started ignoring the different types of complaints.

They say that in the budget session of Maharashtra, Shiv Sena MLAs and some ministers again complained about the allies of the coalition government, then the Chief Minister ignored it. Shitole says that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray was aware of the displeasure of the MLAs, but he did not realize that no Shiv Sainik would ever oppose the Shiv Sena created by Balasaheb Thackeray so much that he would give it to the party. Prepare to divide into parts. And this is the biggest mistake Uddhav Thackeray made. Political experts in Maharashtra say that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray came to be known as the 'Not Reachable' Chief Minister to the MLAs.

NCP leaders were asking
A Shiv Sena MLA in Maharashtra told in a phone conversation with Amar Ujala.com that he was very much troubled by the problems in the funds and works being released for his area a few days after the formation of the government. He says that when he mentioned his problems to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on one or two occasions, he ignored him after listening to his problem. He says that this problem was not only his but many Shiv Sena MLAs of Maharashtra. In his assembly constituency, the NCP and Congress workers not only got the work done from the government funds received through their leaders but the work for which the Shiv Sena MLAs used to make efforts for a long time, was also got the work done by the leaders of the allies involved in the government. They were robbing their vote bank by getting it done.

The MLA alleged that the Deputy Chief Minister does not release funds to Shiv Sena MLAs. Whereas funds were released continuously for the leaders of NCP. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray remained ignorant even after knowing all this. The said MLA said that the big leaders of NCP and Congress are doing the same work which Shiv Sena MLAs and ministers want. So why will the public join Shiv Sena in such a situation? This is a way of deliberately weakening Shiv Sena in a way. What NCP and Congress are doing. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is also aware of which, despite this, no action is being taken on this. He says that only a few months after the formation of the government, displeasure started to be expressed by the Chief Minister. But due to Corona, no major action could be taken. Now that the water has gone above the head, all this is coming to the fore.

Aditya was interfering in Shinde's ministry
Rambhau Shinde, who understands the politics of Maharashtra closely, says that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Aaditya Thackeray had tied the hands of Eknath Shinde in a way. He says there were two reasons behind this. The first reason was that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and his son Aaditya Thackeray had gone into a not-reachable mode for MLAs and leaders. In Maharashtra, when Shiv Sena MLAs and ministers could not meet the Chief Minister, Eknath used to talk to Shinde to solve their problems. This thing started bothering Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Aaditya Thackeray. The second and more important thing is believed to be that Eknath Shinde had the most important ministry in Maharashtra with the Urban Development Ministry. The open hand that Eknath Shinde should have been given to work in this ministry was tied up. Sources even say that the biggest interference in his ministry was from Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray's son Aaditya Thackeray and his close ones.

This was the reason that the distance between Shinde and Thackeray family started increasing. Experts say that because of the illness of Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and then due to less public interaction with the MLAs, the trust between Shiv Sena MLAs started increasing with Eknath Shinde. Since Eknath Shinde had also put pressure on Shiv Sena leader Uddhav Thackeray for not running the government with NCP and Congress on some occasions. Now when most of the Shiv Sena MLAs started doing the same thing, then the political situation in Maharashtra started changing. Since the formation of the government, the suppressed voices of rebellion from within became vocal with the elections to the Legislative Council and Rajya Sabha in Maharashtra. Political analyst Tarun Shitole says that shortly after the formation of the government, there was a big explosion in the Maharashtra government running in the midst of revolt. The circumstances which are there now are in front of everyone.

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'Rebels' kept their word from Guwahati, many tweets from Eknath Shinde's account, know what is happening there

'Rebels' kept their word from Guwahati, many tweets from Eknath Shinde's account, know what is happening there

The rebel group of Shiv Sena has camped in a hotel in Guwahati. On Sunday, Eknath Shinde shared a video on Twitter in which rebel MLAs are seen celebrating the birthday of an MLA from Bhandara, Narendra Bhondekar. Along with this, Shinde also shared videos of two more MLAs on Twitter.

Bharatshet Gogawale targeted Uddhav Thackeray
Shiv Sena's rebel faction leader Eknath Shinde shared a video of MLA Bharatshet Gogawale on Twitter, in which Gogawale has targeted Uddhav Thackeray and Ajit Pawar. In the video, Gogawale says, "CM Uddhav Thackeray hasn't held a meeting in 2.5 years with the Shiv Sena MLAs who lost the assembly elections in 2019. On the contrary, the deputy CM of the state gave money to the NCP candidates who lost the 2019 assembly elections."

Apart from this, Shinde also shared a video of MLA Prakash Abitkar on his Twitter handle. In the video, Abitkar refutes reports that he had a fight with some MLAs. He called the news of the quarrel completely false.

Aaditya Thackeray claims Shinde was offered CM post
Earlier, Aditya Thackeray claimed on Sunday that on May 20, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray had offered to hand over the post of CM to Eknath Shinde, at that time Eknath Shinde had turned down the offer. But exactly a month later, on June 20, he reached Surat with many MLAs. Aditya Thackeray said that while addressing the Shiv Sainiks, he said that you can imagine how long this planning will be going on.

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