NCP supremo Sharad Pawar has raised his hands. He has said that this is an internal crisis of Shiv Sena and it should be resolved. But at the same time he also said that there is no problem in Mahavikas Aghadi. Many meanings are being extracted from it. One is that they don’t care whether the Shiv Sena breaks down or the government falls. The second meaning is that they are confident that the government will not fall. But informed leaders say that Sharad Pawar’s neutrality is not accidental. He already knew about the crisis and had also warned Uddhav Thackeray, but the question is, when the crisis was getting serious, why did he not try to control it?
No matter who is the leader of any party in Maharashtra, he cannot ignore Sharad Pawar. Eknath Shinde was involved in the Maha Vikas Aghadi government, whose work was being coordinated by Sharad Pawar. Therefore, despite knowing about the crisis, his silence raises questions. Even after the crisis has arisen, they are not doing anything to solve it, even the leaders of Shiv Sena and Congress are surprised. How can they get away with calling the crisis on the government as internal crisis of Shiv Sena? Keep in mind that Devendra Fadnavis was sworn in as the first Chief Minister of BJP in Maharashtra with the support of Sharad Pawar’s party. After that, the second oath of Fadnavis was taken with the support of Sharad Pawar’s nephew Ajit Pawar. Will the third oath take place with the indirect support of the Pawar family?