Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has tendered his resignation from the CM post. Itâ€™s been two weeks since Maharashtra assembly elections results and till date, the new government is not formed.
Fadnavis met Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari at Raj Bhawan along with his cabinet colleagues and submitted his resignation letter. Governor Koshyari acknowledged it.
Speaking after meeting Governor, Fadnavis said the BJP never accepted for fifty-fifty power sharing with Shiva Sena. “It is unfortunate that Uddhav Thackeray said they have all the options open while the election was contested in alliance,” added Fadnavis.
The uncertainty is prevailing on the next government in Maharashtra. With Shiva Sena being stubborn on power sharing and also want the CM chair, BJP is not at all ready. Shiva Sena did not bow down to the mediation of RSS and Nitin Gadkari.
Congress and NCP have left the option to BJP and Shiva Sena which got more seats and have the number to form government.
There are also reports coming from New Delhi that the BJP government is in thoughts to impose Governorâ€™s rule if no one forms government in the next few days.