Why Assam became the center to topple Shiv Sena's government in Maharashtra, why rebel MLAs in Guwahati, this leader is the big reason

Why Assam became the center to topple Shiv Sena's government in Maharashtra, why rebel MLAs in Guwahati, this leader is the big reason

The ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi coalition (MVA) government in Maharashtra is under threat. Actually, Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde claims that more than 40 MLAs are present with him in Guwahati. All these MLAs were kept in Surat in Gujarat till Tuesday. Although,
On Wednesday morning, everyone was suddenly taken on a chartered flight to the city of Assam.

This is perhaps the first time that a large number of rebel leaders of a party are taking shelter in a northeastern state. Especially when the political mercury is continuously hot in Maharashtra. In such a situation, the question is in everyone's mind why did the rebel MLAs, angry with Mahavikas Aghadi, choose Assam to take shelter? Is the BJP also behind the placement of former Shiv Sena leaders in Guwahati? Apart from this, there is also a question what has been the stand of Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma in this whole matter?

Why did the rebel MLAs choose Assam?
Why did the MLAs choose Assam for taking shelter? The biggest reason for this is that this northeastern state has been out of the influence of Shiv Sena till now. Not only this, the influence of this party in the rest of the states of the Northeast is not as much as in any other state. On the other hand, at present, most of the states of the Northeast are either ruled by the BJP or its allies. That is, the atmosphere of Guwahati is best suited for the BJP.

Is BJP behind the placement of Shiv Sena leaders in Guwahati?
The BJP has kept silent till now regarding the crisis in Maharashtra. The party has not said whether it is in touch with the rebel Shiv Sena MLAs. But keeping the rebel MLAs first in Gujarat and then in Assam is a clear indication that the BJP has a hand in the entire game of Maharashtra. This was proved to a great extent by the developments in Assam on Wednesday morning, as BJP MLA Sushant Borgohain had reached today to pick up the rebel MLAs. Borgohain himself was a two-time Congress MLA and later joined the BJP.

After receiving the Shiv Sena MLAs at the airport, Borgohain said- "I have come to pick them up (Shiv Sena MLAs from Gujarat). I have not counted how many MLAs have come. I have come here only because of personal behavior. The rebel MLAs have not disclosed any of their programs."

What was the role of Himanta Biswa Sarma in the whole controversy?
However, above this, there is another reason to bring the rebel MLAs to Assam. The reason for this is the Chief Minister of the state Himanta Biswa Sarma, whom the party has given the responsibility of forming the BJP government in a state in Central India after the Northeast. Himanta Biswa Sarma has earned an important place in the BJP as a dedicated leader of the party. The BJP has benefited a lot, especially from Sarma's experience, who has worked within the Congress. That is why Sarma is far ahead in understanding the tricks of the Mahavikas Aghadi (of which Congress is also a part).

Significantly, Sushant Borgohain is considered close to CM Himanta Biswa Sarma. In the last year's Assam assembly elections, Sarma had held more than five rallies for Borgohain in the Thouora assembly constituency itself. It is clear from this that Borgohain met the rebel MLAs only on the instructions of Sarma.

Not only this, Bimant Biswa Sarma was considered to be the most important way to build the unity of the Northeast under the North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) before becoming the Chief Minister of Assam. It is because of them that the BJP succeeded in forming the government one after the other in the Northeast. Sarma is also known to have raised the party's flag in Tripura, Manipur, and Arunachal Pradesh after first leading the BJP to victory in the 2016 Assam elections. Sarma's politics has also been behind the BJP's coalition government in Nagaland and Meghalaya.

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