Fadnavis became CM for 80 hours to withdraw 40 thousand crores: Hegde

BJP MP from Karnataka Anant Hegde said that the way Devendra Fadnavis in Maharashtra joined NCP leader Ajit Pawar in the night and formed a government in the state in the morning was behind 40 thousand crore rupees. He said that Fadnavis took out forty thousand crore rupees from the state treasury and gave it to the center. He said that Devendra Fadnavis had been CM for 80 hours and in the same hour he did this work.  Hegde said, “You know our man had become CM in Maharashtra for 80 hours.” Fadnavis resigned after this. Why did they do this drama? Did he not know that he did not have a majority, yet he became the Chief Minister. The Chief Minister had about 40 thousand crores. If the Congress-NCP and Shiv Sena had come to the alliance, they would have misused these funds.

Devendra Fadnavis sent all the money to the center within 15 hours of taking the oath.

Fadnavis became CM for 80 hours to withdraw 40 thousand crores: Hegde
Fadnavis became CM for 80 hours to withdraw 40 thousand crores: Hegde

All this was money of the Center and it is not used in the development of the state. All this was decided long ago. Therefore, this drama was composed. Fadnavis sent all the money to the center within 15 hours of taking the oath. Significantly, in Maharashtra, where it was a day before that the Congress-NCP and Shiv Sena are going to form a government together and Uddhav Thackeray will be the CM, but the same night BJP broke senior NCP leader Ajit Pawar and in the morning, Devendra Fadnavis Took oath as CM and Ajit Pawar became deputy CM. After this, Congress-NCP and Shiv Sena reached the Supreme Court and it was decided that Devendra Fadnavis will have to prove majority. Earlier it was being claimed that Ajit Pawar was accompanied by several NCP MLAs. But this drug proved to be airborne and Ajit Pawar again returned to NCP before proving majority. Later in the state, Uddhav Thackeray was sworn in as CM and Congress leader Nana Patole has been made the Speaker of the Assembly.

 

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