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‘Some IPS officers worked to stop Thackeray govt’s march to energy’: Shiv Sena

A day after Maharashtra dwelling minister Anil Deshmukh dismissed reviews of him having made any claims {that a} group of IPS officers within the state had tried to overthrow the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities, Shiv Sena mouthpiece Saamana mentioned that an try was made to hold Devendra Fadnavis’ 80-hour authorities alive but it surely was foiled.

An editorial in Saamana on Monday mentioned that some IPS officers had been working as if it was their duty to show majority on the ground of the House.

Deshmukh, in an interview with a vernacular media outlet in Maharashtra, was requested a couple of group of IPS officers working to stop the Uddhav Thackeray-led authorities from coming to energy. “I do not wish to say anything publicly on this. All officers work diligently but there are some officers who can have different ideologies,” the minister mentioned.

Following the interview, there have been reviews that Deshmukh had claimed {that a} plan to topple the federal government, hatched by some senior IPS officers, had been thwarted. Later, he issued a clarification stating, “This news is completely false… erroneous statements have been put into my mouth. Please see the video clip of the interview and you will realise that I had not said any such thing when I was asked to comment on whether there had been such a move planned by some IPS officers… I had only said that I cannot comment on such things openly.”

The Sena mouthpiece mentioned that a number of officers thought that the Fadnavis authorities will return to energy after the 2019 meeting polls. “It was difficult for them to accept that despite having 105 legislators the BJP could not form the government… Some officers were involved in the early morning swearing in [of Devendra Fadnavis] before the President’s rule was imposed… In a bid to remain in the CM’s good books, some police officials even tried to net legislators of smaller parties and some Independents. It is even true that the State Intelligence Department also played a role. Some officers were working as if they had taken up the responsibility of proving the majority,” the editorial mentioned.

The editorial added that the state administration is “professional” and the “best”. “They do not have the power to make or break any government. It is not the culture of Maharashtra. If some minister thinks so that some officers are toppling the government then it sends a wrong message to people that the government is on a weak footing,” it mentioned.

It additionally not directly slammed the BJP for pondering that officers’ foyer may help them topple the MVA authorities. It added that maintaining a tally of parts who can go on data to the opposition and work in opposition to the federal government is the job of the house division.

“Some officers [who were involved] are nonetheless occupying excessive posts. They roam with confidence regardless of overtly working to stop Thackeray authorities from

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