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The upcoming Maharashtra Assembly Elections are an insignificant formality said Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Friday, remarking that the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had already secured the general public’s mandate thru its mega-outreach ‘Mahajanadesh Yatra’ which had acquired an amazing response.

He become talking on the event of the graduation of third leg of the ‘Mahajanadesh Yatra’, which entered Ahmednagar district today and is to ultimately cowl western and northern Maharashtra in the next few days.

Taking potshots on the beleaguered Congress-Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) opposition, Mr. Fadnavis stated: “The consequences to the election are a foregone end…the few large leaders that the opposition has in the interim like Ajit Pawar, Prithviraj Chavan, Ashok Chavan and Supriya Sule have to get into the exercise of final there for a long time to come because it might be not possible to dislodge the BJP inside the State and the Centre for the subsequent 25 years.”


“Several people ask me what's the need of this ‘Yatra’ as no pehelwan (political heavyweight) inside the competition birthday celebration is left to take the sphere. I inform them that it's far the BJP’s culture to thank the humans for his or her wholehearted guide, element our achievements within the past five years and take a company decision to complete unfulfilled obligations,” said the Chief Minister, adding that the erstwhile Congress-NCP authorities had squandered away the good will of the people notwithstanding being given a threat of growing the State for 15 lengthy years.

Promising that all of us in the State might have a roof over their heads by means of 2021, Mr. Fadnavis claimed that no preceding government earlier than the current BJP-Shiv Sena had taken up and fulfilled so many public welfare initiatives in a span of 5 years.

Detailing the achievements of the BJP-Sena government, Mr. Fadnavis stated that the State government had given ₹50,000 crore in financial aid to farmers in the final five years in assessment to the ₹20,000 crore doled out with the aid of the erstwhile Congress-NCP government all through their 15-year regime.

Claiming that Maharashtra now crowned the united states in investment and enterprise, the Chief Minister said that the authorities had progressed the infrastructure in the State’s rural hinterland, completing 22,000 km of rural roads under the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY).

Reiterating that the Opposition’s allegation of digital voting system (EVM) tampering became “ludicrous”, he stated: “They [the Congress-NCP and others] do no longer understand that it's miles [Prime Minister] Modi who's within the minds of every voter on every occasion he presses the button.”

Mr. Fadnavis addressed public meetings in Akole and Sangamner — the bastions of former National Congress Party (NCP) veteran Madhukar Pichad and MPCC leader Balasaheb Thorat respectively.

Mr. Pichad and his son Vaibhav Pichad, who's the sitting MLA of Akole, left the NCP to join the BJP closing month.

Praising the daddy-son duo, Mr. Fadnavis said: “The BJP has grown in electricity in Akole ever considering Mr. Pichad threw in his lot with us…Vaibhav Pichad, who's an articulate and information legislator, would be reelected by a record margin in the upcoming polls.”
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