MUMBAI: Mumbai: Shiv Sena, hoping to lead the government in Maharashtra with the support of the NCP and the Congress, was shaken by a “surgical strike” by BJP and NCP’s Ajit Pawar group. It is to be remembered that Ajit Pawar led the 15-member assembly from the NCP and extended his support to the BJP, for which he was thanked by the former chief minister.
However, on the other hand, the NCP of Shri Sena, Sharad Pawar and Congress today decided to approach the Supreme Court on the most dramatic events which resulted in the formation of Devendra Fadnavis’ government on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Sanjay Rawat, the man who has been in the headlines for almost three weeks – called Ajit Pawar’s decision “a stabbing in the back”. Sanjay Rawat said, “It has been nothing but a sneak peek at the people of Maharashtra.” “Ajit Pawar was in the meeting yesterday, but last night his phone was suddenly shut down and even the NCP has no idea what happened suddenly.”
Rawat said he found Ajit Pawar’s body language “suspicious.”
Rawat also said that last night approx 9 pm this mahashay (person) were sitting with us and participating in discussions. He suddenly disappeared. Talking he was not looking in our eyes. , We can tell that something is wrong. “
However, NCP leader Sharad Pawar claimed that Ajit Pawar’s move was a “personal decision” and not of the NCP. However, the entire NCP is believed to have supported the Devendra Fadnavis government.
Sanjay Rawat expressed his anger, saying, “I believe that Ajit Pawar’s decision has nothing to do with Sharad Pawar. Whatever Ajit Pawar has done, Chhatrapati Shivaji and the people of Maharashtra have forgiven. Will not do it.”
He said that Shiv Sena chiefs Uddhav Thackeray and Sharad Pawar will meet at a press conference this afternoon.
Shiv Sena, which was hoping for an alliance with the NCP and ideologically anti-Congress after a three-decade-old ally BJP, has been the most affected by the shocking turn of events.
Last night, after the first meeting of the Shiv Sena, the NCP and the Congress, Sharad Pawar said that it was agreed that Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray be the chief minister.
In a surprising turn this morning, at 5.47am the President’s power was abolished and shortly afterwards, Devendra Fadnavis took oath as Chief Minister for the second time.