New Delhi, Online Desk. Maharashtra political crisis Rebel minister of Maharashtra and senior Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde along with 40 of his MLAs has reached Guwahati from Assam from Surat in Gujarat. From political pundits to general public interested in politics, eyes will remain on the developments of the day today. The question on everyone’s mind is what will happen next? Will the BJP government be formed with the help of the rebels or will there be President’s rule in the state? In view of these questions, it is also necessary to know why this thing happened.

It is clear that this move of Eknath Shinde is a rebellion against the head of the Maharashtra government, Uddhav Thackeray. Let us know what are the main reasons for this

1- Lack of political clarity: Bal Thackeray is regarded as a strong spokesperson of Hindutva in the politics of the country. Uddhav Thackeray appears to be a complete failure as the successor of Thackeray, who has done the politics of digging up the pitch to prevent the Pakistan cricket team from playing matches in Mumbai. His cadre cannot be explained by talking about Maratha pride all the time that his party is running the government with the Congress and its outlying NCP, who call Veer Savarkar a stooge of the British.

2-Trust on the kitchen cabinet: Uddhav Thackeray as Chief Minister does not have direct contact with the MLAs of his party and other parties of the alliance. Instead of communicating through the kitchen cabinet of the Chief Secretary apart from Shiv Sena leaders Milind Narvekar and Anil Parab. Because of this, his image has become as an isolated leader.

3- Ignoring the challenges: Uddhav Thackeray made a mistake in reading the political signals or one can say that he disregarded them. NCP supremo and Maharashtra’s Chanakya, Sharad Pawar, praising former CM Devendra Fadnavis, in a way warned Uddhav after the BJP candidate’s victory despite not having enough seats in the Rajya Sabha elections on June 11. , but he ignored it.

4- Ignoring Intelligence: How much he was cut off as Chief Minister can be gauged from the fact that the state’s Intelligence Department had also given information about the displeasure among the MLAs of Shiv Sena and coalition parties and contact with the opposition, but it was also ignored. .

5-Do not learn: Uddhav Thackeray is not the first leader who became CM without any experience. Examples are from Praful Kumar Mahanta, who was the CM of Assam to Naveen Kumar Patnaik of Odisha. It seems the Maharashtra CM is not trying to learn from his mistakes.

6- Pawar Effect on the Budget: There was displeasure among the Shiv Sena MLAs over the funds allocated for development works in the budget of this financial year of the state. He felt that the NCP’s assembly constituencies have been given more importance in the budget. About two dozen MLAs had threatened to boycott the budget session. The Chief Minister and his kitchen cabinet did not understand the seriousness of these signals.

7-Prominence to Aditya Thackeray: After years of fighting for Shiv Sena, leaders like Eknath Shinde, who had risen to the top ranks after years of struggle for Shiv Sena, were made aware that now only the family will run in the party. They had no choice but to trumpet the rebellion as a cut of this curse of dynasty.

8- Fear of defeat among leaders: Many MLAs felt that their seat would be given to NCP or Congress in the next elections. The petition filed by Nandgaon MLA Suhas Kande in the Mumbai High Court for the removal of Chhagan Bhujbal from the post of Guardian Minister of Nashik tells the whole story. Kande felt that his seat would go to NCP’s account. Kande is in Guwahati with Shinde today.

Anger among 9-independents: There was not only dissatisfaction among the MLAs of Shiv Sena and other big parties against Uddhav Thackeray, the head of the Maha Vikas Aghadi coalition government in Maharashtra, but also the parties with one or two MLAs supporting him. . For this reason Hitendra Thakur of Bahujan Vikas Aghadi Party voted against Shiv Sena in Rajya Sabha and Legislative Council elections. Pawar himself called up the MLAs for support in favor of his party while Uddhav Thackeray sat by the support of his kitchen cabinet and the bird devoured the field.

10- Nothing but hobbies: It is often discussed in Maharashtra that there is a Chief Minister in their state who prefers photography and gossip on wildlife rather than discussing about the discharge of his administrative and political responsibilities.

Edited By: Brij Bihari Choubey