Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray takes a jibe at Devendra Fadnavis’s speech

Thackeray’s swipe was apparently about the early morning hush-hush swearing-in of Fadnavis as CM on November 3, along with NCP leader Ajit Pawar as deputy chief minister.
Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray takes a jibe at Devendra Fadnavis’s speech

During his speech after Devendra Fadnavis has named the new Leader of Opposition by the Maharashtra Assembly Speaker, CM Uddhav Thackeray, during his congratulatory speech said, "I never said I will come back, but I came in this House," Describing Fadnavis as a friend, Thackeray also said he does not view him as opposition leader.

 
Thackeray, who seemingly took a jibe at Fadnavis' "I will return" statement ahead of the polls, also added, "I will not do anything at midnight." 
 
Thackeray’s swipe was apparently about the early morning hush-hush swearing-in of Fadnavis as CM on November 3, along with NCP leader Ajit Pawar as deputy chief minister, after night-long dramatic political developments in Mumbai and Delhi. 
 
Appealing to the House to minimize farmers’ woes, Thackeray said, “The aim of this government is not only to waive farmers’ loans but we also need to reduce his worries as well.” “Those who were in opposition for several years are now with me to form the government whereas friends (BJP) have gone away to sit on opposition benches in this House,” he said.



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