BJP leader Sudhir Mungantiwar had said that wait till May 2. When the result of the election of West Bengal comes, it will bring news of changing power in Maharashtra as well.
BJP leaders had said that just wait till 2 May, power will change in Maharashtra as soon as the results of West Bengal are revealed. But in West Bengal, the BJP’s slogan of crossing 200 this time could not work and ‘Mission Bengal’ failed. The question arises that what will happen to BJP’s ‘Mission Maharashtra’ now?
Fadnavis gave signs of changing power in Maharashtra after Bengal
In February 2021, the Turn Table Ladder Program of the Fire Brigade Department of Meera-Bhinder Municipal Corporation was inaugurated by Maharashtra Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis. On this occasion, Fadnavis hinted at changing power in Maharashtra. He had said that despite being the lowest number force in the state, the Congress is in power by joining the Mahavikas Aghadi government. The BJP is the largest party in the state. Despite this, she is sitting on the chair of the opposition. This is a joke of democracy. But we will turn the dice. Snakes will turn the dice without the ladder in this ladder game.
BJP leader Sudhir Mungantiwar also said that wait till 2 May. When the result of the election of West Bengal comes, it will bring news of changing power in Maharashtra as well. In this way, all the preparations by the BJP to change power in Maharashtra were based on the expectations of the result of the election of West Bengal.
Pawar-Amit Shah visit
In March, NCP Chief Sharad Pawar met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Ahmedabad. This meeting was secret but a newspaper created panic after giving news of it. Even after this meeting, there was a discussion that after the election of West Bengal, the power in Maharashtra would change. It was predicted that the NCP and the BJP would come together and establish power. Then BJP leader Ram Shinde had said in his response, ‘Look ahead and see what happens’, this thing got further air.
Relations between West Bengal and Maharashtra
Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut, reacting to the election results of West Bengal, said that BJP leaders felt that the BJP would win in West Bengal and there would be a stir in Maharashtra as well. What happened? It is true that there has been an emotional connection between West Bengal and Maharashtra not since today but from the time of the freedom struggle. The people of West Bengal have protected the identity and identity of Bengal. There is also a non-BJP government and there is also a non-BJP government, the Thackeray government of Maharashtra was stable, will remain stable.
What will happen in Maharashtra now?
BJP leaders and workers were expecting a miracle in West Bengal. BJP leaders and activists felt that the charisma of Prime Minister Modi and Chanakya policy of Union Home Minister Amit Shah would work. That is why the BJP had planned to change power in Maharashtra after changing power in Bengal. BJP leaders had announced this many times, from many forums. But the hope of fulfilling this hope has been reduced now.
Now in Maharashtra too, the chances of the BJP’s plan being successful have become slim. Amidst the havoc of Corona, the BJP focused its attention on the election of West Bengal. And bad results came out. Now, if the BJP tries to play any such political bet in Maharashtra during this Corona period, then the dissatisfaction and resentment of the BJP among the people of India will increase even more. Therefore, political experts are of the opinion that the BJP will no longer want to take this risk and will put its full potential in dealing with Corona.
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