AHMEDNAGAR: The leading (mahavikasa Maha open to non Aghadi ) has launched two new phormyulyanci talk politics now. NCP and Shiv Sena to come together and Shiv Sena to get closer to BJP again. Whatever decision is taken on this in the state will be a success. However, one of these decisions will have to be taken in the next ten days for the Ahmednagar Mayor Election . Therefore, it is considered certain that any one new equation will start from Ahmednagar.
The politics of the state has taken a different turn due to the slogan of self-reliance of the Congress. If that happens, Shiv Sena and NCP will come together, NCP state president Jayant Patil has clarified. Shiv Sena MLA Pratap Saranaik has written a letter to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray suggesting him to reconcile with BJP. Both are currently hotly debated in the state. This will happen when the decision is taken at the state level. In Ahmednagar, however, the decision will have to be taken in the next few days for the mayoral election. Shiv Sena and NCP have no choice but to come together as BJP is out of the fray as there are no candidates in the reserved category. On the other hand, the option of Shiv Sena and BJP reuniting is also open.
Ahmednagar currently has a BJP mayor with the support of the NCP. Despite having the highest number of seats, Shiv Sena is far from power. Incumbent Mayor Babasaheb Wakle’s term ends on June 30. This election will have to be held before that. Reservations have already been made for this and the next mayoral post has been reserved for the Scheduled Caste women. The BJP does not have a candidate in this category. Therefore, BJP withdrew from this competition. With less seats, the Congress was the first to claim the post. The main thing is that the city is currently divided between the Congress and the NCP. The Congress is trying to get closer to the Shiv Sena. However, considering the strength of the Congress, it is impossible for them to get this post by going with Shiv Sena alone. Political animosity between Congress city district president Kiran Kale and NCP MLA Sangram Jagtap is growing. The NCP does not have a competent candidate. Moreover, he has not yet clarified his position on this election. MLA Jagtap has all the rights. He has not yet announced his candidature and who he will ally with. He says he depends on the decision of his superiors.
Shiv Sena had two major candidates. In the beginning, the ropes started between them. However, after returning to Mumbai, one of them withdrew. Therefore, the Shiv Sena has now agreed on a single candidate. He is also expected to cooperate with the NCP. Moreover, it is considered convenient from the point of view of Shiv Sena candidate Jagtap. BJP will remain neutral in this election. Sujay Vikhe Patil and city district president Bhaiya Gandhe have announced.
There are 23 Shiv Sena, 19 NCP, 15 BJP, 5 Congress, 4 BSP and 1 SP in the Municipal Corporation. One seat is vacant. Last time, NCP had played and elected BJP mayor. At that time, there was no Mahavikas Aghadi government in the state. However, after the coming of the government, Shiv Sena continuously complained about this, demanded that Shiv Sena-Congress-NCP should come together by withdrawing the support of BJP. However, it had no effect.
Now that this election is taking place again, the state is discussing a new equation. Moreover, considering the situation in the Municipal Corporation here, there is a situation where Shiv Sena and NCP have to come together. The second formula has also come under scrutiny due to Saranaik’s letter and the role Thackeray will play in it. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person. However, the opportunity to give birth to a new equation in the state has been given to the politicians here and at the state level.
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