Asked if the BJP is eyeing a shift in power in Maharashtra after win in the Bihar Assembly polls, Fadnavis denied it
Fadnavis said that projects like the water grid and city water pipeline aimed at developing Marathwada were in coma under the current regime.
'We believe in 'Akhand Bharat', Karachi will be part of India one day': Devendra Fadnavis sparks row
His remark came while he was commenting on a controversy that erupted after a Shiv Sena leader allegedly asking "Karachi Sweets" shop owner in Mumbai' to omit the place from shop's name.
BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis had said incidents of 'Love Jihad' were taking place in the country and therefore, laws to curb the practice were justified.
Senior BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis said Hinduism has always taught tolerance, due to which the people of various faiths and castes have been living peacefully in India.
BJP leader and former CM Devendra Fadnavis had said the saffron flag will be hoisted again in the BMC, but it will be of the BJP, a former ally of the Shiv Sena.
The former chief minister had tested positive for coronavirus on October 25 following which he was admitted in the St George's Hospital in south Mumbai.
EC had on October 21 directed Bihar's Chief Electoral Officer and district administrations to 'invoke appropriate and relevant penal provisions' under the Disaster Management Act.
Raut's remarks came in the wake of Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray being recently targeted by the opposition for not moving out of his house during the pandemic.
'Those who have come in contact with me are advised to get COVID-19 tests done. Take care, everyone!,' Leader of Opposition in the Maharashtra Assembly Devendra Fadnavis tweeted.
At a press meet, Khadse said that Fadnavis as the erstwhile chief minister had planned many conspiracies against him and was even responsible for the registration of molestation case against him.
Fadnavis, who is in Osmanabad district to assess losses caused to farmers due to heavy rains, refused to make any further comment on the rumours.
Fadnavis said the three ruling parties in the state have many differences among them, but they are expert in getting away from their responsibilities.
The BJP and the JDU had agreed to contest on 121-122 seats respectively in the 243-member assembly.