Congress leader Dinesh Gundu Rao accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of being ‘unconstitutional’. He claimed that the BJP is playing “dirty politics” to get to power in Maharashtra.
“The BJP has resorted to dirty politics in Maharashtra and is now trying to get to power via the operation Lotus (Kamala). Operation lotus represents BJP. Operation Lotus, in Madhya Pradesh or Karnataka, has seen the BJP win power. Now, it is pursuing politics in Maharashtra. Rao released a statement stating that the BJP’s position was “unconstitutional.”
He also asked where PM Modi, who was involved in the operation Lotus, got the money to buy the Maharashtra ones and carry out the ED raids of opposition leaders. He asked if he was sincere if he would dare to inquire through ED. he questioned.
Raosaheb Patil Danve, Union Minister and leader of Bharatiya Janata Party BJP (BJP), had stated on Wednesday that the political crisis at Maharashtra was an internal matter of Shiv Sena and that the BJP does not claim any right to form a government.
“The current political scenario in Maharashtra shows how far the BJP will go to get power. He claimed that the BJP, which has repeatedly defied the Constitution, and strangled democratic principles, is now seeking to take power in Maharashtra by engaging in immoral politics.”
“Operation Lotus (the bad tradition of constitutionally overthrowing the constitutionally elected government, and buying the leaders in other countries) started in Karnataka with Yeddiyurappa. B. S. Yediyurappa, a former Karnataka CM (BSY), is now spreading across the country and shaking up our political system. “People should not fall for such an epidemic,” he said.
Sources say that 40 Maharashtra MLAs, including 33 Shiv Sena MLAs and seven independent MLAs, urged their support for rebel Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shide and state Cabinet Minister Eknath Shinde, signing a letter.
Sources also indicated that the rebel legislators could write to Governor Bhagat Sing Koshyari asking for a floor test in the state Legislative Assembly.
The 40 MLAs, led by Shinde, arrived at a Guwahati hotel on Wednesday morning in BJP-ruled Assam. There are rumors that Shinde and other MLAs may join the BJP to overthrow the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA), government, following the revolt in Shiv Sena.
On Wednesday, the political crisis facing Maharashtra’s Shiv Sena-led Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA), government in Maharashtra grew after 46 MLAs backed rebel party MLAs. NCP and Congress are the Shiv Sena’s partners in the coalition government.
Thackeray spoke to the people via Facebook earlier Wednesday evening and stated that he would be willing to resign to party MLAs who could take it to Raj Bhavan.
He said that party MLAs were trying to get him out, and instead of going to Surat they could have expressed their feelings to him. Thackeray said that it was shameful for him to have even one MLA against him.
Eknath Shinde of Shiv Sena, the leader of the revolt, stated that it was vital for the party to leave the “unnatural alliance”. He also claimed that only the constituent parties were benefited by the tenure of the state’s coalition government.
“The government did not benefit the constituent parties over the last two-and-a-half years. To ensure the party’s survival, it is vital to end the unnatural alliance. Shinde stated in tweets that Maharashtra must now make decisions.