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Fadnavis didn't seem happy accepting deuputy CM's post : Sharad Pawar

 Mumbai, June 30 (FMNews) - Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) President Sharad Pawar said that Bharatiya Janata Party leader Devendra Fadnavis has the values ??of the RSS, that is why he took oath as the Deputy Chief Minister today.Pawar said the order is important in the RSS and the BJP and he has followed it after getting the order from the central BJP. This step of Fadnavis is like learning in politics and for people of other parties.

Sharad Pawar,how ever,said that Fadnavis didn't seem happy while takes oath as the deputy of Eknath Sindhe which was appeared from his face.His facil appearance says this,Pawar said.

He said that when Devendra Fadnavis announced in the afternoon that Eknath Shinde would take oath alone as the Chief Minister this in itself was surprising. After that Devendra Fadnavis had to take oath as the Deputy Chief Minister according to the order of the Central Committee of BJP.

Fadnavis was the chief minister of the state for five years. After that he served as the Leader of the Opposition for two and a half years. He had to take oath as the Deputy Chief Minister."I think it was a a blow",he said.



 Sharad Pawar said that the strategy of the Mahavikas Aghadi government was not weak but 38-39 members of the assembly went to Assam with Eknath Shinde. These MLAs were not given an opportunity to talk to anyone, this is a big victory for Eknath Shinde.

Sharad said,”Now he has got the post of Chief Minister and he should do development work for everyone in the state”.

 Sharad Pawar said that both the legislature party and the party are different. The term of the legislature party is only for five years, whereas the party itself gives tickets to the candidates and makes them public representatives by winning them. For this reason it is necessary to follow the orders of the party. Today Devendra Fadnavis has also complied with the party order on the basis of this effect.

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