Confident about new government formation: Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis

When asked about the government formation in Maharashtra, CM Fadnavis refrained from commenting while stating that he will not speak on anything anyone is saying regarding new government formation in the state

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Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in Delhi amid the ongoing tussle between and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Shiv Sena over power-sharing in Maharashtra. 

CM Fadnavis reached Delhi on Monday morning to meet BJP President Amit Shah at the latter’s residence. 

While talking to the media, CM Fadnaiv said that there is a need to form the government in Maharashtra and it will be formed at the earliest. 

On the formation of the government in Maharashtra, I will not react on the statements made by anyone. There is a need to form government in Maharashtra at the earliest and it will formed, I am confident about it,” said CM Devendra Fadnavis.

While talking about the recent damage faced by the farmers in Maharashtra, CM Fadnavis said that he met Shah to inform about the losses suffered by farmers in the state due to untimely rain while seeking aid for the affected people.

I urged the central government to extend its support to help out the affected farmers in Maharashtra. The Union Home Minister has assured me that he will convene a meeting with the crop insurance companies soon,” said CM Fadnavis.

When asked about the government formation in Maharashtra, Fadnavis refrained from commenting while stating that he will not speak on anything anyone is saying regarding new government formation in the state.

Meanwhile, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar is likely to meet Congress interim President Sonia Gandhi to discuss the political situation in Maharashtra. The NCP chief might discuss the possibility of an alliance with Shiv Sena to keep the BJP out of power. 

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The two saffron allies in Maharashtra are stuck in a deadlock due to power-sharing tussle. While Shiv Sena is adamant on their demand to implement power-sharing formula, BJP has already maintained that the Chief Minister will be from their party. 


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