Gov. Andrew Cuomo is pushing for a dissolution of the Independent Democratic Conference in the state Senate, an aggressive escalation in the push to unite the party’s factions in the chamber, a source confirmed on Wednesday morning.

The proposal was made at a Democratic unity meeting in New York City on Tuesday.

Under the rough outline of the proposal, IDC Leader Jeff Klein, a Democrat from the Bronx, would not share power with Democratic conference leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins as a co-leader.

At the same time, Democrats would not support the primary challenges against IDC incumbents including Klein, Sen. Jose Peralta and Sen. David Valesky. The Working Families Party has backed the primary challenges to the IDC and it remains unclear if the WFP would abandon these challenges.

Still, a number of moving parts remain on whether the deal could work and if it would hand control of the Senate to the Democrats. Sen. Simcha Felder, a Democrat who conferences with Republicans, remains in the GOP fold and won a key provision in the state budget agreement that is meant to aid yeshivas.

Other aspects of IDC dissolution would be complicated by the parallel political structure that has built up around the IDC since it first formed in 2011, including its own campaign committee.

Cuomo’s push to dissolve the IDC comes as he faces pressure from liberals to unite Democrats in the Senate and accusations he’s aided Republican control during his time as governor.

Cuomo this year faces a challenge from actress and education advocate Cynthia Nixon in a Democratic gubernatorial primary.

There have been other efforts in the past to unify the conference and, until the terms of the agreement become public, it’s not clear how and if this will work.