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Devendra Fadnavis quits, Congress says, “a lie has no legs”

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Devendra Fadnavis’ resignation as Maharashtra Chief Minister, which was in quick succession of his deputy Ajit Pawar’s exit from his government, triggered a storm on social media.

While many called the whole episode “BJP’s greatest political setback in years”, others demanded resignations of top BJP leaders.


The Maharashtra Congress tweeted, “Finally the Democracy wins over DEMO-Currency! Satymev Jayate.. Jai Maharashtra”.

In his signing off address, Fadnavis said BJP will become the voice of the people as a responsible opposition. ‘We won’t indulge in horse-trading,’ he clarified.

“Ajit Pawar gave me his resignation. BJP had decided from the first day we will not indulge in horse-trading. We only decided to form government because NCP was with us. Since he has resigned, I will also resign,” Fadnavis told reporters.

Ajit Pawar hadn’t assumed charge officially. He also skipped the Chief Minister’s first meeting last evening and an event for 26/11 martyrs this morning amid reports of “homecoming”.

The former chief minister also accused the Shiv Sena of betraying the voters and said, “The BJP had the people’s mandate. We tried to form a government according to the people’s mandate but the Shiv Sena realised it was a numbers game.”

— India Legal Bureau

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