- Anant Kumar Hegde said Fadnavis had become 80-hour CM to return 40 thousand crore rupees
- Hegde said, if the government of Shiv Sena-NCP and Congress formed, this amount misused
- BJP leader said the amount of 40 thousand crores refunded to the central government in 15 hours
- The dispute between Shiv Sena-BJP, Shiv Sena strikes strongly through confrontation
Opponents are taunting him with a ‘3-day CM’ in Maharashtra to form the government first with Devendra Fadnavis‘s NCP leader Ajit Pawar and later resign a day before the majority test. However, BJP leader and former Union Minister Anant Kumar Hegde has a different claim on the ‘3-day CM’.
BJP MP from Uttara Kannada (Karnataka) Anant Kumar Hegede has said that Devendra Fadnavis was made the Chief Minister of Maharashtra despite the Center not having a majority to save Rs 40,000 crore. The Shiv Sena has reacted sharply to Hegde’s statement, calling it a ‘traitor with Maharashtra’.
Devendra Fadnavis was made the Chief Minister of Maharashtra to save Rs 40 thousand crores
Hegde said, ‘You all know that our man in Maharashtra became the Chief Minister for 80 hours. Then Fadnavis also resigned as Chief Minister. Why did they do this drama? Did we not know that we did not have a majority and still became CM. Everyone is asking this question. ‘
‘Amount refunded in 15 hours’
Anant Kumar Hegde further said, ‘There were 40 thousand crore rupees of the Center under the control of the Chief Minister. He knew that if the Congress-NCP and Shiv Sena governments come to power, they will misuse the money instead of development. Because of this, this entire drama did. Fadnavis became the Chief Minister and in 15 hours Rs 40 thousand crore was returned to the Center.
This is traitor to Maharashtra: Sanjay Raut
The Shiv Sena has reacted sharply to this ‘revelation’ by Union Minister Anant Hegde and termed it a ‘traitor with Maharashtra’.
CM Uddhav overturned the decision
On the other hand, after the second meeting of the newly formed government of Maharashtra, Chief Minister Uddhav had told the media, ‘I have ordered the officials to stop the work of the Aare Metro car shed project. At present, there no restriction on the work of the metro, but not a single leaf cut in the saw until the next order of the government.