Will there be a BJP government in Maharashtra when Amit Shah enters the state’s political quagmire?



Up until last night, the BJP appeared to be keeping a distance from the unfolding political conflict in Maharashtra, but now the party appears to be coming forward. Devendra Fadnavis, a former chief minister, had met with governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari in the evening and sought a floor test. The Governor also issued a majority test order on June 30 in response to his letter. Only when Devendra Fadnavis and Home Minister Amit Shah met on Tuesday afternoon in Delhi did the entire development get underway.

It is thought that Amit Shah has joined the Maharashtra power struggle in this situation, and that Devendra Fadnavis only became extremely active after speaking with him. Mahesh Jethmalani and other prominent attorneys are said to have been present when Amit Shah and Devendra Fadnavis met on Tuesday. According to sources, the conference included the establishment of the government and legal possibilities.

According to BJP sources, it also came up during this time what would happen if the Supreme Court were to rule against the majority test. The BJP had previously made suggestions that it might form the government with independents, Shiv Sena rebels, and independents. Amit Shah and Devendra Fadnavis talked about the matter for about two hours.