Shiv Sena Says Maharashtra Govt ‘Firm’ as CM Uddhav Thackeray Meets Pawar In the midst of Gossipy tidbits Over Solidness.
The two heads met for around one-and-a-half hours late Monday evening, Raut said while excusing theories about the Thackeray-drove government’s stability.
Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray held a closed-door meeting with NCP president Sharad Pawar in Mumbai, senior Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said on Tuesday while declaring that the state government is “stable”.
The two chiefs met for around one-and-a-half hours late Monday evening, Raut said while excusing hypotheses about the Thackeray-drove government’s solidness.
The Sena Rajya Sabha MP, in any case, didn’t uncover what happened between the two chiefs.
The gathering among Thackeray and Pawar occurred after the NCP boss met state Governor BS Koshyari on Monday morning.
NCP president Sharad Pawar and chief minister Uddhav Thackeray had a gathering for one-and-a-half hours. “Those questioning about the steadiness of this government are doing as such out of their own resentment. This government is stable,” Raut tweeted in Marathi.
Prior, Pawar met Koshyari on Monday morning, following which the NCP asserted the gathering occurred on the greeting of the governor and no policy-driven issues came up for conversation. Be that as it may, the planning of the gathering is huge as it occurred against the setting of stressed relations between the Shiv Sena, which heads the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government, and the Raj Bhavan.
The NCP is one of the key constituents of MVA. Pawar was one of the key heads from Maharashtra who had transparently grumbled about Koshyari’s “intercession” in the working of the state government.
As of late, senior BJP leader and previous state chief minister Devendra Fadnavis griped to the representative about the “disappointment” of the Thackeray government in taking care of the Covid-19 emergency.