Big claim of Deputy CM Fadnavis, 'BJP is the largest party...'

Big claim of deputy cm fadnavis, 'BJP is the largest party...'

All political parties in maharashtra are waiting for the results of lok sabha elections. But meanwhile, senior bjp leader and maharashtra deputy cm devendra fadnavis has made a big claim on seat sharing in the assembly seat elections. He said that being the largest party, bjp will definitely get the maximum seats. However, he also said that all the three parties involved in the Grand Alliance will together decide on the distribution of seats for the assembly elections. Apart from the bharatiya janata party (BJP), the grand coalition government of maharashtra includes shiv sena led by Eknath Shinde and nationalist congress party (NCP) led by deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar.

Fadnavis told reporters, “Leaders of the three parties of the grand alliance will meet to decide a fair seat-sharing formula for the assembly elections and seats will be allotted accordingly. Obviously, being the largest party, bjp will get the maximum seats. However, due respect will be given to our allies in seat distribution.” He was replying to a question on the remarks of ncp leader Chhagan Bhujbal. Bhujbal had said that his party will get a chance to contest elections on at least 80 to 90 seats out of the total 288 seats. assembly elections are to be held in maharashtra at the end of this year.

In the 2019 assembly elections, bjp had contested 122 seats and won 105 seats, while its then ally shiv sena (undivided) had contested 63 seats and won 56. The nationalist congress party (undivided), which was part of the opposition United Progressive Alliance (UPA), had won 41 seats. fadnavis rejected shiv sena (UBT) leader Sanjay Raut's claim that he (Fadnavis), prime minister Narendra Modi and Union home minister amit shah had tried to defeat nitin gadkari in the lok sabha elections. The bjp leader said, "I do not want to comment on a person who writes articles in the newspaper after smoking ganja."

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