Modi hai to mumkin hai: Fadnavis on becoming Maha CM again
After continuing to retain his position in Maharashtra after a long battle between the Saffron party and Shiv Sena, BJP's Devendra Fadnavis said 'Modi hai toh mumkin hai,' while greeting the party workers outside the office.
Lucknow: After continuing to retain his position in Maharashtra after a long battle between the Saffron party and Shiv Sena, BJP's Devendra Fadnavis said 'Modi hai toh mumkin hai,' while greeting the party workers outside the office.
'We will provide a stable government. Modi hai toh mumkin hai,' said the second time chief minister.
In a stunning turn of events from last night when the NCP chief Sharad Pawar announced that Shiv Sena's Uddhav Thackeray will be the CM face of Sena-NCP-Congress combine in Maharashtra, the state woke up to the news of BJP's Devendra Fadnavis taking oath alongside NCP's Ajit Pawar.
The state of Maharashtra was placed under President's rule on November 12 after no party could claim the numbers required to form a government.
The Sena, which was BJP's pre-poll alliance partner, broke ranks over the issue of rotational chief ministership.
Uddhav Thackeray then made the lone Sena minister, Arvind Sawant, in the union cabinet to resign. Thereafter, the Sena got in talks with the NCP and the Congress.
Thackeray's rare call to party chief Sonia Gandhi set the ball rolling in the Congress camp and subsequently the talks over the government formation in the financial capital of the country among the ideologically divergent parties gathered pace.
However, on one side, where there is so much joy and happiness, the other parties are left dissatisified by Ajit Pawar's decision of joining the BJP.
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