Sharad Pawar, the leader of the NCP, reportedly prevented Uddhav Thackeray from resigning twice, according to authoritative sources. The MVA alliance, which also includes the NCP and Congress, is led by the president of the Shiv Sena. Political unrest has engulfed the state administration as a result of Sena strongman Eknath Shinde’s rebellion against the party and the rebel group he led to Guwahati.
The chief minister reportedly wanted to quit twice during the current crisis, but Pawar persuaded him not to submit his papers.
According to additional sources, the 30-minute delay in the Facebook Live broadcast on the first day of the crisis was not a technological error but rather a sudden shift in the strategy to remain in the position of CM.
He again considered quitting on the second day of the crisis, but Pawar once more prevented him, according to sources. Additionally, they claimed that the Trojan Horse MLA rebel notion was untrue and had been planted.
Additionally, according to sources, police had been sent out to find state minister of higher and technological education Uday Samant and MLA Deepak Kesarkar. However, they continued, they managed to escape the authorities and arrive in Surat as the escort party was dozing off at night.
By this weekend, the Maharashtra assembly’s floor test is most likely to take place. In the next two days, at least two MLAs will travel to Mumbai to discuss the situation with governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari.
They’ll probably let him know that the MVA government is no longer trusted. According to reliable sources, the governor will order a floor test in response to the MLAs’ request.