Former Maharashtra CM vacates 'Varsha', goes house-hunting in Mumbai

He is house-hunting along with his family, who had shifted from Nagpur to Mumbai in 2014 when Fadnavis had become the Chief Minister.

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Just four days after his short spell as Maharashtra Chief Minister for a second term, Devendra Fadnavis had resigned from his post amid lack of a majority. After Uddhav Thackeray took oath as Maharashtra Chief Minister, now Fadnavis has begun the process of vacating ‘Varsha’ – the official residence of Maharashtra Chief Minister after tendering his resignation.

After vacating Varsha, now the former CM is searching for houses in Mumbai. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is originally from Nagpur and also is BJP legislator from the city. He is house-hunting along with his family, who had shifted from Nagpur to Mumbai in 2014 when Fadnavis had become the Chief Minister.

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The two-time chief minister of Maharashtra is the leader of BJP’s legislature party and is also likely to be the Leader of Opposition (LoP) in the newly-elected Maharashtra Assembly.

Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will soon move to his new home which is Varsha which is located at a picturesque Malabar Hill.  In the last five years, the Thackeray has lived in ''Matoshri'' which is situated in Bandra east and now he will be moving into a place that is earmarked to be occupied by the CM of the state. 

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