23 Feb 2023

Maharashtra: Once Upon A Time 'Balasaheb Thackeray' Used To Address BJP As 'Kamalabai', Now 'Kamalabai' On Way To Destroy Shiv Sena

Nagpur: After the rebellion in the Shiv Sena in Maharashtra, the BJP formed the government in the state by supporting Eknath Shinde, but its intention is to destroy the Shiv Sena. It has started working slowly on this agenda. 

The Thackeray family used to be the identity of the Shiv Sena, but now the Shiv Sena and its election symbol are with Eknath Shinde, whose identity at present is that he is the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. 

Assembly elections are to be held in Maharashtra next year in 2024. In such a situation, the BJP has already started preparing for the elections, while the Uddhav Thackeray and Shinde factions are clashing with each other. In such a situation, how many MLAs of both the factions will be re-elected and reach the assembly, this is a big question.

Uddhav Thackeray has expressed this apprehension…

When there was a war of power between Uddhav Thackeray and Eknath Shinde in Maharashtra, Uddhav had expressed apprehension that the BJP was conspiring to destroy the Shiv Sena. Then Uddhav Thackeray had made serious allegation that BJP was planning to finish his party. Thackeray asked his party leaders to stay uniteed if they wanted to fight the battle. He said that BJP was trying to destroy Shiv Sena.

BJP's graph remained full of ups and downs in Maharashtra

The graph of BJP's political status in Maharashtra has been full of ups and downs. Shiv Sena's founder Balasaheb Thackeray used to call BJP as 'Kamalabai' and used to tell his workers not to worry about it. BJP will do whatever I say. He used to say. Today the time has come when the Thackeray family's control over Shiv Sena is almost over. 

Under the leadership of Eknath Shinde, 40 out of 55 Shiv Sena MLAs joined hands with the BJP to form the government. Now the Thackeray family has the support of only 16 MLAs. 

Political experts say that the weakening of the Shiv Sena will benefit the BJP a lot. Because BJP had for a long time being aiming to divide Shiv Sena into two factions. It is now successful in this. 

Shiv Sena reduced to status of junior partner

Shiv Sena has been the oldest ally of BJP but in the year 2019 there was a rift between the two. After which Shiv Sena went to the other camp. But by then BJP had reduced Shiv Sena to the status of a junior partner. Those who keep a close eye on the politics of BJP tell that Shiv Sena is moving in the direction of destruction after the split. 

Till now there were only two parties, BJP and Shiv Sena, who came on the streets on the issue of Hindutva. If Shiv Sena ends, there will be only one contender i.e. BJP, which will get the support of Hindutva supporters across the country.

Uddhav deviated from the original soul of Shiv Sena

Balasheb Thackeray never gave importance to Congress. After his departure, the way Uddhav Thackeray tried to do inclusive politics was against the basic spirit of Shiv Sena. The whole politics of Bal Thackeray was fiery. He used to speak in favor of Hindutva. 

Balasheb Thackeray was against North Indians and South Indians and supported Marathi. But when Uddhav Thackeray took a step towards taking everyone along, Muslims were also included in it. This is the reason why the original Marathi politics was taking a backseat. 

In the year 2024, how many MLAs of Uddhav or Shinde faction will come after winning the elections, this big question is arising. Because BJP will enter the fray with full force in the elections. BJP's strategy is to finish Shiv Sena somehow. 

BJP's aim is not to divide the Shiv Sena, but to destroy it. The way the Congress has almost been finished. Almost finished LJP, on the same lines it wants to finish Shiv Sena.

Devendra Fadnavis engaged in election preparation on 150 seats

Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is brainstorming for 150 seats in the state. He says that BJP has set a target of winning 150 seats in the state assembly elections to be held in 2024. 

Addressing the executive body meeting of the party's Nagpur unit, he alleged that Uddhav Thackeray's Maha Vikas Aghadi government worked from home and indulged in corruption. Significantly, during Uddhav’s tenure as Chief Minister, the BJP continued to hold him responsible for the Covid-19 pandemic.

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