Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday congratulated Devendra Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar for swearing-in as the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra respectively. Taking to Twitter, Shah said that he was confident that the newly formed government will be committed to the development and welfare of the state.
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah congratulated Devendra Fadnavis & Ajit Pawar for swearing-in as the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister of Maharahtra

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday congratulated Devendra Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar for swearing-in as the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra respectively. Taking to Twitter, Shah said that he was confident that the newly formed government will be committed to the development and welfare of the state.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday congratulated Devendra Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar for swearing-in as the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra respectively. Taking to Twitter, Shah said that he was confident that the newly formed government will be committed to the development and welfare of the state.

Shah’s tweet

Taking to Twitter, he wrote: “My heartiest congratulations to Mr. Devendra Fadnavis and Mr. Ajit Pawar on swearing-in as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra and Deputy Chief Minister of the state. I am confident that this government will be committed to the development and welfare of Maharashtra and will set new standards of progress in the state.”

In a massive political twist in Maharashtra, BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis on Saturday took oath as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. He was sworn in as CM in the presence of Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari at Raj Bhawan. NCP leader Ajit Pawar was sworn in as his Deputy CM.

The oaths come as a massive surprise to the state. Ajit Pawar said that this decision was taken after keeping in mind the distressed state of the farmers in the state. Pawar also said, “From the day results have been declared to this day, no party was able to form a government. Maharashtra was facing many problems including farmer issues, so we decided to come ahead to form a stable government.”


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