Leader of the opposition Devendra Fadnavis on Friday again hit out at Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government saying it has failed in tackling the coronavirus crisis in the state.
Fadnavis in an interview with ABP Majha expressed his concerns over the pandemic situation in the state. He said the MVA government of Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress is not a family, but the three parties are in a "live-in relationship".
"This government won't survive long. It will fall owing to its own difference. The day it falls, we will have the responsibility and we will give a strong government," he added.
Fadnavis also accused Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray of being too cautious while taking decisions.
Dismissing reports about bickering within the government, Maharashtra Minister and state Congress chief Balasaheb Thorat had in the past maintained the MVA is like a family and its constituents were like brothers.
He further accused the Congress of not allowing the regimes like the MVA to survive.
"It is the chief minister who is the head of the government, but a lot of super CMs, self-proclaimed CMs and leaders are there. But it is a matter of research in whose hands steering of the government is," he added.
In an interview, CM Uddhav Thackeray had recently said though it is a "three-wheeler" government, he was firmly in control of its steering wheel.