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After the year 2019, BJP’s Operation Lotus was successful in the third state as Maharashtra. However, in this state, the party had to wait a long time for about two and a half years for this. In fact, after the failure of Operation Lotus in Rajasthan, the BJP devised a strategy to move slowly for a coup in Maharashtra. The discontent in Shiv Sena on the issue of Hindutva waited to flare up.
More than two-thirds of Shiv Sena MLAs had left the party. The difficulty increased when the small parties and independents who supported the Mahavikas Aghadi started leaving the side amid the political turmoil. In terms of numbers, the BJP was in a position to form the government with its own and independents, with smaller parties.
Shivsena’s bet turned upside down
To save the government, the Shiv Sena tried to divide the rebel faction till the end. 39 MLAs of Shiv Sena had revolted, but notices were sent to only 16 of these MLAs to create division. However this did not happen. On the contrary, small parties and independent MLAs who supported the Aghadi government also shunned it. Shiv Sena was not in a position to form the government. Uddhav resigned from the post of Chief Minister.
strategy to move forward slowly
In the year 2019, the BJP, which was forced to form the government by splitting the NCP through Ajit Pawar and later backing down, made a strategy to move forward slowly for a coup in the state. On the one hand, the government investigative agencies took continuous action against the politicians earning illegal money, on the other hand former CM Devendra Fadnavis made Shiv Sena uncomfortable on the issue of Hindutva. Continuing efforts were made to create a contradiction in Shiv Sena.