Devendra Fadnvais Former CM Turned Deputy CM BJP Government In Maharashtra

Maharashtra CM Vs DCM: The political earthquake going on in...

Maharashtra CM Vs DCM: The political earthquake going on in Maharashtra for the past days may have stopped even after Eknath Shinde was sworn in as the Chief Minister of the state, but in the heart of Devendra Fadnavis, the former CM of the state, this day will always raise an earthquake. . If seen in a way, this day is not less than a shock on his heart. Even though he is outwardly humming the tune of ‘Ab toh hai tumse har khushi apni’ when the BJP government is formed in the state, but during this political crisis, the heart of this person who took the front from BJP in Maharashtra. I must be thinking that what has happened from this. How would you feel if you were made the Deputy CM in the state where you were the CM. Something similar happened with former Maharashtra Chief Minister and senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis on Thursday. After the order of the party high command, he had to take oath as Deputy Chief Minister even if he did not mind, but his dismay and withered face at the swearing-in ceremony was telling a lot without saying anything.

kept saying no, but had to handle the post of Deputy CM

After all, former CM Devendra Fadnavis did not get the CM’s chair, even though the Deputy CM’s chair has been named after him. He does not seem to be feeling sorry for this. After the formation of the BJP government in the state, he had announced not to take any post with the announcement of making Eknath Shinde the chief minister and promised outside support to CM Shinde. However, a few hours later, Home Minister Amit Shah asked him to take over the post of Deputy CM at the behest of BJP President JP Nadda and he took oath as the Deputy Chief Minister of the state. The power thing is such that it cannot be said where the luck turns in this. The same happened with former Chief Minister of Maharashtra and senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis. Now the tag of former CM Maharashtra and current Deputy CM Maharashtra has been added to his post.

Where are we in our journey of our own free will
On Thursday, when former Maharashtra Chief Minister and senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis had announced that Eknath Shinde would be made the Chief Minister, perhaps his heart would have been singing the same thing from inside, ‘Tere Kuche Se Hum Nikle’. Such thoughts are also bound to arise in his heart, because in the midst of this political battle in Maharashtra, he remained the face of BJP and he did everything possible to form the BJP government in the state. Even though BJP did not hand him the post of CM after forming the government in Maharashtra. Even on this, he would probably be satisfied with the thought that ‘Where are we in our journey of our own free will’. Where is the direction of the winds, where are we from there’.

Even though Fadnavis had announced that Shiv Sena’s rebel leader Eknath Shinde would be the CM with his mouth, but he had expressed his displeasure somewhere by giving a decree not to join the new government. He may have taken over the post of Deputy CM in CM Eknath Shinde’s government only under the pressure of BJP, but from inside his heart must have been singing the tune of Hum Se Kya Bhool Hui. Significantly, Devendra Fadnavis has been a strong leader of BJP in the state. His tenure in the state twice has also been very good. He also has the distinction of being the second Chief Minister of this state, who completed five years of his tenure in this state. He was the CM of this state from 31 October to 12 November 2019. Prior to this, there has been former Chief Minister Vasantrao Naik, who held the post of Chief Minister of Maharashtra for 11 consecutive years. On November 23, 2019, with the support of Ajit Pawar’s NCP, he again got the post of CM, but his government fell within a few days.

Fadnavis’s power was shown in the year 2014

It is worth noting that in the 2014 elections, Devendra Fadnavis had taken the command of the assembly elections on his shoulders alone. During this, he covered 150 seats out of 288 assembly seats in the state under the Mahajanadesh Yatra. The journey was 4,384 km long. In these elections, he addressed 65 election meetings. At that time, the Mahajanadesh Yatra created such an atmosphere in the state that even after the announcement of the elections, the BJP did not need to run the election campaign here. With this election, his stature had increased not only in the state but also in the central leadership of BJP. Even at this time, Fadnavis was worthy of praise for the alliance with Shiv Sena. Fadnavis’s tenure as chief minister has never been easy. Despite differences with the Maratha movement and his ally Shiv Sena, he used to have the skill to turn the wind on his side, but this time it could not happen to him. He is credited with bringing the Maratha movement in favor of the BJP.

Modi’s favorite
The rise of PM Narendra Modi after Munde’s death in 2014 also propelled Fadnavis forward in the party. He had won the confidence of the Modi-Shah regime as the Maharashtra President of BJP. He used to fit in the mold of PM Modi as CM during his tenure.

Some Chief Ministers in the country who could not become CM again

BJP’s stalwart Jat leader Late Sahib Singh Verma had to lose his CM post just because of onion prices in Delhi. Then there were elections in Delhi after 50 days. The BJP’s top leadership felt that with the departure of this one man, it could keep power in Delhi. After the tenure of only one year 1996-97, Verma was replaced by late Sushma Swaraj as the CM of Delhi. On the other hand, something similar happened with O Panneerselmav in Tamil Nadu, when in the year 2016, due to the ill health of the current Chief Minister Jayalalithaa, Governor C Vidyasagar Rao handed over the Chief Minister’s portfolio to Finance Minister Thiru O Panneerselmav. After this, O Panneerselmav took over as CM from 6 December 2016 to 15 February 2017. After this, he too was not destined for the post of CM.

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Maharashtra Politics: BJP’s central leadership urges Devendra Fadnavis, ‘Deputy CM in Eknath Shinde government’, Amit Shah’s statement also came

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