Ahead of Nagpur Assembly Session, Fadnavis hits out at MVA over cabinet expansion

Nagpur: Former Maharashtra chief minister and BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis, on the eve of Maharashtra Assembly Session in Nagpur, slammed the Maha Vikas Aghadi government over cabinet expansion, farmers issues and more on Sunday. Fadnavis said, “Many days have passed since the government was formed, but the cabinet expansion has not happened yet. Due to a lack of communication between the three parties, no decision has been taken on who will be the head of which department.”

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Fadnavis continued, “The senior leaders are informing by with the help of tweets, that these portfolios are temporary. A lot of questions have arisen over the cabinet expansion and distribution of portfolios. They had so much time before the Nagpur session and yet there are no signs of cabinet expansion. This shows that this government is not serious about the session.”

Slamming Sena for stopping the work started by the previous BJP government in Power, Fadnavis said, “Earlier Shiv Sena was with us and all the decisions were taken together. Now, the same Shiv Sena is opposing all those decisions and stopping work.”