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Welcome back Mr CM!
Mumbai: Maharashtra’s political clime is ready to change as the two time Chief MInister Devendra Fadnavis is set to come at helm of the state’s polity, for the third time. Returning to ‘power’ after a brief hiatus of two and a half year, a young (in political parlance) and dynamic leader, Fadnavis is quite literally the ‘turn-around man’ for the state’s politics.
Political observers claim that Fadnavis was ‘back-stabbed’ by allies and his government had to come down, following which the MVA government was formed, however, as they say, politics is a game of patience and the 51 year old showed maturity in leading the BJP legislative party in assembly as LoP.
One of the most remarkable qualities of Devendra Fadnavis was that he continued to do what he does best, work for the people. In the last 2.5 years, he was at the forefront of every issue whether covid or other calamities and went across the length and breadth of Maharastra to ensure that government of the day acts responsibly. His work time continued the same of spending more than 18 hours every single day addressing various issues grappling the state. He never forgot that his role as opposition was to ensure Govt of the day functions with responsibility and completes its promise of delivering their commitments to the people. People always came first for Devendra Fadnavis.
And while carrying out his constitutional duties, towards the House, he played on the political pitch too as he headed party’s electoral campaigns in Bihar and Goa, ensuring BJP gets the ‘power-pie’, while his recent ‘surgical strikes’ during Rajya Sabha polls and MLC elections proved that he is a smart and competent politician.
Notably, In Fadnavis’s front team, in scheme of things, his OSD - Kaustubh Dhavse - also played a key role in assisting Fadnavis in carrying out all his ‘home work’ during his Chief Ministerial and LoP days.