Since the last 2 days, the Maha Vikas Aghadi administration in Maharashtra is currently experiencing an existential crisis. But during the crisis the political office of MVA making choices at a breakneck pace. 

Pravin Darekar, a leader in the Maharashtra BJP, wrote a letter to Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari pleading with him to step in as more than 160 government directives had been issued in the previous 48 hours of the continuing political crisis.

Pravin Darekar, the head of the Bharatiya Janata Party, is in charge of the opposition in Maharashtra’s Legislative Council. On June 24, 2022, he sent a letter to the governor. He wrote: “I want to draw your attention to a very crucial problem in this letter. In the previous three days, the state’s political climate has deteriorated. After a significant revolt inside the Shiv Sena, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray announced his intention to quit. The Chief Minister has left the official residence, as well, according to the media.

“In such a situation, a series of Government Orders are being passed one after the other indefinitely,” Pravin Darekar continued in his letter to Governor Koshyari. The Maha Vikas Aghadi administration is making decisions at an unprecedented rate. Even a thorough report on this has been released in today’s media. Within 48 hours, more than 160 government orders were passed. The fact that these choices are being made in the name of development initiatives further fuels the scepticism. The government of Maha Vikas Aghadi has been indecisive for the past 2.5 years, but all of a sudden, it is distributing large sums of money. You should therefore quickly pay attention to this because the situation is so dangerous and suspicious.

The corruption within the police force was also brought up by Pravin Darekar. “Transfers are also anticipated in the police department and many other significant departments,” he stated in his letter. You are aware that the former state home minister was sentenced to prison as a result of the police department’s grand corruption case. In light of the state of Maharashtra’s broader interests, we kindly ask you to step in right away and prevent this waste of public funds.

The political crisis went worse for the MVA when Eknath Shinde, on Friday, asserted that he has secured the backing of more than 40 Shiv Sena MLAs as well as 10 additional independent MLAs. As a result, he is able to get around the anti-defection rule and preserve the assembly membership of the Shinde camp’s MLAs.

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