After losing the power of Maharashtra, Uddhav Thackeray is constantly facing difficulties. The ongoing battle for supremacy over Shiv Sena has reached the Supreme Court, so even after the loss of power, the process of leaders leaving is not stopping. At present, the Uddhav faction has suffered a setback in the elections regarding sarpanches in the state. His performance was the worst in the state.
The BJP Shinde faction won 299 seats out of 547 in the state. In this BJP single-handedly won 259 seats in 17 districts. While 40 seats went to Shinde Camp. Talking about Uddhav Thackeray, his performance was the worst among all the political parties in the state. Where the NCP won 130 seats. At the same time, Congress also waved its flag in about 80 seats. But Uddhav Thackeray’s faction was reduced to the figure of 40.
Although the BJP Shinde faction is calling it their victory, but the Uddhav faction is patting its back on the seats won by the MVA. He says that the seats won by the Mahavikas Aghadi are almost equal to the seats won by the BJP-Shinde faction. The leaders of Aghadi believe that now there is a possibility of a main fight between NCP and BJP in the state. Uddhav’s Shiv Sena will improve its performance by sitting in the second group.
BJP says that during the Sarpanch election, people tested the rule of 2.5 years of Shiv Sena and 2 months of BJP-Shinde faction. People have appreciated his work, that’s why he got so many seats. On the other hand, Shinde gave a message to Uddhav on the results of this election that he was saying in advance that NCP is trying to eliminate Shiv Sena. But he kept ignoring them. He says that after the formation of the MVA government, the NCP had started assimilating the Shiv Sena. The results are at the fore.
Congress state chief Nana Patole does not attribute the Shiv Sena’s internal turmoil to the weak results. He says that Shinde’s decision to conduct direct sarpanch elections was beneficial for the BJP. He said that even power played its game. It may be noted that the elections to Gram Panchayat and Sarpanch were held on Sunday in 51 talukas of 17 districts.