BJP’s ‘great’ mission with care | Maharashtra

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New Delhi ബിജെപ The scars of the BJP’s burnout when it tried to seize power in Maharashtra by creating a crisis in the NCP in November 2019 have not yet faded. Therefore, the move of the party is very careful this time. The BJP central leadership has decided that publicity efforts are enough to form a government only after securing a majority.

The BJP now has the same argument as earlier in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan: the current crisis is due to problems within the Shiv Sena and the BJP has no role to play. It is not an attempt to overthrow the government, it will not stand idly by.

In 2019, Home Minister Amit Shah spearheaded the coup on the instructions of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Though Devendra Fadnavis is in talks in Mumbai, the central leadership has given directions for any action to be taken so far. According to party sources, the BJP’s victory in the recent Rajya Sabha and Assembly elections is a natural continuation of this.

Most of the MLAs, including Shiv Sena dissidents, do not want to go to the polls when the term of the Assembly is half over. The BJP also takes that into account. According to party sources, the rebels have been shifted to Guwahati as they are likely to succumb to pressure if they are allowed to stay in Surat.

English Summary: BJP careful move in maharashtra to avoid 2019 like setback

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