NEW DELHI: Maharashtra Congress leader and Cabinet Minister Yashomati Thakur has called on Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) leaders to stop commenting on their party leadership if they want a stable government in Maharashtra.
Thakur tweeted: “As the working president of the MPCC, if I want a stable government in Maharashtra, I have to appeal to the MVA colleagues, then stop commenting on the Congress leadership. Everyone must follow the basic rules of the union.”
“Our leadership is very strong and stable. The formation of the MVA is a result of our strong belief in democratic values,” he said in another tweet.
The response of Sharad Pawar, the head of the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), has raised questions about Rahul Gandhi’s ability to be a leader.
In an interview, Pawar, one of the chief architects of the Maharashtra alliance, said Rahul Gandhi’s leadership had “some problems” and lacked stability as a leader.
The NCP later clarified that Pawar’s statements were merely “father’s advice”.
“In an interview with a news agency, Sharad Pawar Saheb’s comments should be taken as the advice of the veteran leader’s father. The MVA is a government of the three parties. .
The Shiv Sena’s MVA government, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and the Congress of Maharashtra have completed one year on November 28.
It was formed after the 2019 Assembly elections.
The BJP emerged as the single largest party contesting the election with the Shiv Sena. However, the two parties split over the differences in the CM post. The Shiv Sena joined hands with the NCP and the Congress to form the MVA government.
In the last year’s Maharashtra assembly elections, BJP won a maximum of 105 seats and Shiv Sena won 56 seats. The NCP won 54 seats and the Congress 44.


Similar Posts