In the quick turn of events, Maharashtra has found its new CM, Devendra Fadnavis paired with Deputy CM, Ajit Pawar. The table-turning event has baffled many in the political scenario. The financial capital is all set for twisting developments coursing a new chapter in the existing saga.

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar seems just as irked about the situation orchestrated by nephew Ajit’s decision of picking sides with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). “I came to know at 7 am today about Ajit Pawar. I did not know before that. I will hold a press conference in some time. Uddhav too will address the media. I will speak elaborately then,” the NCP chief said, bringing clarity on how he wasn’t a part of this decision.

Even before Devendra Fadnavis could sit on the seat of CM post his oath-taking ceremony, PM Narendra Modi congratulated Fadnavis over twitter saying, “Congratulations to @Dev_Fadnavis Ji and @AjitPawarSpeaks Ji on taking oath as the CM and Deputy CM of Maharashtra respectively. I am confident they will work diligently for the bright future of Maharashtra,” the PM tweeted.”

Home Minister Amit Shah also congratulated Fadnavis stating that he was confident about the fact that the government will come in action soon in Maharashtra for the development and welfare of the state and the people. And the leader that has been chosen is a committed one.

In other news, the popular opinion has been that the Shiv Sena Chief, Uddhav Thackeray, NCP, and Congress will have to work patiently on political acumen and adaptability skills to ensure a smooth ride for the next five years. A secular agenda will have to be chalked out; to keep the alliance working to ensure that the party is driven into a better more settled state.

According to a Home Ministry notification, President Ram Nath Kovind proclaimed revocation of the central rule this morning. The gazette notification to this effect was issued by Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla at 5.47 am. Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) Devendra Fadnavis and Nationalist Congress Party’s (NCP) Ajit Pawar took oath as the chief minister and deputy chief minister of Maharashtra after the President’s rule was revoked.

Maharashtra now is said by the analysts to be in the right hands, only time and the nature of governance will tell what is in the bag for the financial capital and the people living there. Will BJP, the one that emerged as the single largest party in the last elections, be able to form a successful government or more twists are coming up for the state to see.

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