Uddhav is scared, not overbearing like Balasaheb: instead of opening the poles of the leaders, he requested to return, but it is not easy for the rebels to enter Mumbai.


Posted on 23rd Jun 2022 10:42 am by rohit kumar

In his speech, Uddhav Thackeray neither mentioned any conspiracy, adopts an attacking attitude, nor surrounded any party or person, whereas Shiv Sainik is an attacker. But hearing Uddhav's speech, it seemed as if he was very scared.

 

They were concerned about democracy, so the legislators and ministers who have gone had to be exposed. He had to open the logs of his wrongdoings. But he didn't.

 

Anurag Chaturvedi, a senior journalist from Maharashtra, says, "During Balasaheb's time, if someone betrayed the party, a very strict attitude was adopted against him, but Uddhav has exercised to persuade the stereotypes.

 

Now BJP will weaken Shiv Sena very much. By staying away from power, Balasaheb used to run the power with remote control and also the society. In the speech given by Uddhav Thackeray, he is also probably trying to fit himself in the role of Balasaheb.

 

As he said, there is no greed for power. I want to give up power. If the MLA says so, I will also give up the post of party chief. I will also give up the post of Chief Minister. Now the power is to go out of their hands. Of the three brothers, his own family is shattered. The property has been divided.

 

Now that property is almost impossible to come back to. One important thing is also that the MLAs who have gone with Eknath Shinde are not from Mumbai.

 

Most are from Marathwada, North Maharashtra, where Sharad Pawar has influence. Had he been from Mumbai, he would not have dared so much.

 

Trying to play the emotional card Senior journalist Ketan Joshi says that Uddhav Thackeray has played an emotional card in front of Shiv Sainiks and the public. This will not avert the present crisis, but Shiv Sena's votes can be saved. He said that I am not greedy for power. Due to the circumstances of that time, he had to become CM.

 

While there are more than 40 MLAs with Eknath Shinde, many of them are under the shadow of ED's investigation. Uddhav knows that this split has not happened in Shiv Sena, but it is a split between MLAs. The organization remains intact. That's why he is trying to show himself clean by playing the emotional card.

 

It will be difficult for rebels to face Shiv Sena cadre

 

Senior journalist Samar Khadas says Uddhav has directly invited the rebel MLAs to come to Maharashtra. But here he will find it very difficult to face the Shiv Sena cadre. They want that whatever happens, should be face to face on the floor. Even 15 to 20 MLAs are in touch with Uddhav. Whether the government is being formed or going, nothing can be said about it right now.

 

Also Read: Maharashtra Political Crisis: 'What will happen at most, power will go', said Sanjay Raut on the political crisis

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