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Former CM Devendra Fadnavis slams the MVA government on several issues

BJP leader, while addressing the media, said that the management of the MVA is poor and it has been the same for the last year ever since the new government came to power. He added that there was still a lack of coordination among the three parties.

Former CM Devendra Fadnavis slams the MVA government on several issues
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Former Chief Minister and Leader of the Opposition in the Assembly, Devendra Fadnavis, on Wednesday, November 25, claimed that there was no coordination between the three parties - Shiv Sena, NCP and the Congress -  in the ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government. Their decision-making has been impacting the lives of people of Maharashtra who are now understanding the politics of the current government and are disappointed with the same.

The BJP leader shared the same at a press conference after he recently went for the campaign of BJP candidate from Pune. Addressing the media, he said that the management of the MVA is poor and it has been the same for the last year ever since the new government came to power. Despite the tenure, there is still a lack of coordination among the three parties. On the contrary, all three parties are involved in the politics of several years now, however, haven't proven to be effective, because of which the people of Maharashtra are getting agitated and involved in the same. The policy of this government is only to suspend the work and their poor governance is impacting many issues.

Furthermore, he said that the public outraged against such a passive government, as the people who were promised compensation have not received the same. Moreover, the panchnama has not even taken place, and farmers have got no help from the party. The public has also expressed dissatisfaction over the inflated electricity bills, and the government has failed to take a stand on the same, despite the protest, letters and other communication sent to them regarding the matter. Adding more, he said that the party does not want to solve the problem.

However, Fadnavis hopes that the anger will be expressed through this election and polls.

He also raised questions regarding the Maratha reservation issue by mentioning that the government has not paid attention to the issue and was only wasting time. This has not only affected the Marathas but also the lives of students, whose hard work was disregarded.

Shedding more light on the achievements under the BJP rule, Fadnavis stated that under the previous government, the state saw more investment than Gujarat, which eventually brought Maharashtra to the first position. He added that the party has criticised MVA's moves and believes that the public understands everything and hopes that one does not assume that 'Shiv Sena is Maharashtra.' BJP is currently in the role of competent opposition and will not let the party fall.

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