Rahul Gandhi’s comment sparks speculation about MVA government instability | India News
While Raj Bhavan on Tuesday criticized speculation that the state was heading towards the government of the president by claiming that no such recommendation had been made to Rashtrapati Bhavan and former CM Devendra Fadnavis said BJP had no interest in overthrowing the government that “would collapse under its own contradictions,” Rahul’s statement gave fresh ammunition to talk about the differences and the lack of coordination among MVA constituents, CM Thackeray’s alleged unilateral decisions against NCP wishes and government disagreements with Governor BS Koshyari.
“We are supporting the government in Maharashtra, but we are not the key person in decision-making … There is a difference between running a government and supporting a government,” Rahul said in his press when asked about the Covid situation. -19 in the state. He said he was making a “differentiation” in the Maharashtra case for this reason, and that Congress was “the one who made the key decision” in Punjab, Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Puducherry.
Pawar’s meeting with Thackeray, which took place in the presence of Aaditya Thackeray and Sena deputy Sanjay Raut, and continued for 1.5 hours, assumed importance, since he and the CM have had clear differences in the lifting of the closing curves. Pawar has more than once stressed the need to announce relaxations, while Thackeray has been adamant about imposing restrictions on Lockdown 4.0.
Both Pawar and Raut denied that there was any threat to the state government. “The government is stable, there is absolutely no threat,” said Pawar. Raut said: “There are no differences of opinion in the MVA government and there is no threat. The government will complete its five-year term. We (Sena-NCP-Congress) will compete together in the upcoming assembly polls. ” Asked about Narayan RaneThe demand that the president’s government be imposed on the state, Raut said, “must first be imposed in Gujarat since the higher court has criticized the government for the Covid-19 situation.”
However, if a high-ranking NCP leader is to be believed, it was Pawar’s push that the MVA government abruptly reversed its decision on Sunday not to allow domestic flights to and from Mumbai.
Sources also said at Monday’s meeting that Pawar spoke of the need to revive the economy and open stores and establishments, while Thackeray stuck to his line that, while eager to reopen, it had to be done gradually. “This is a point of contention between NCP and Sena,” a high-ranking bureaucrat told TOI.
NCP spokesman Nawab Malik said: “We are a tripartite government and we consult before making political decisions. We are of the opinion that it is time for us to relax the blocking rules. We will have to make timely decisions to avoid unrest. Pawar has expressed the same opinion.
The President of the State Congress and Minister of Revenue, Balasaheb Thorat, said that there were no differences between the constituents of the AMV, but that the opinions were different. “Pawar has opted for the relaxing block. We will have to take note of that and an early decision will have to be made, ”Thorat said.
In Rahul Gandhi’s statement, Thorat said Congress was one of the constituents of the AMEU and that he was not a key decision maker since “all decisions are made collectively.”
But Fadnavis said Rahul was aware of the worsening situation and that he was trying to blame the Seine. “His party has not offered external support, but it is part of the government. You cannot avoid responsibility for the rapid deterioration of the situation, ”said the former CM.
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