Fadnavis and Pawar were sworn in as CM and deputy CM in a hush-hush ceremony early morning on November 23. The government lasted only 80 hours.
Thackeray government has already revoked 34 major decisions made by Fadnavis government and is reviewing major infrastructure projects.
It was the two leaders' first meeting after Thackeray broke away from ally BJP and formed a Shiv Sena-led government in Maharashtra with the support of the Congress and NCP last month.
The petitioner said Fadnavis did not appear before the court as he had 'pre-decided' to seek an exemption for appearance.
Cases of cheating and forgery were filed against Fadnavis in 1996 and 1998, but charges were not framed in both the matters.
Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar took oath on November 23 morning as chief minister and deputy chief minister, respectively, despite 'Maha Vikas Aghadi' naming Uddhav Thackeray as the CM face.
Sena seeks reply from Finance Minister on Hegde's claim on transfer of Rs 40,000 crore central funds
Devendra Fadnavis has also already dismissed Hegde's claim as 'absolutely wrong', asserting that nothing of that sort happened.
Earlier today, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray was allotted the official residence 'Varsha' at Malabar Hill.
Refuting the claim, Fadnavis said neither the Centre asked for any funds nor the Maharashtra government sent it any.
The government formation by BJP was a 'drama' played out to ensure that the funds meant for development works were 'protected', Ananthkumar Hegde had said.
Hegde had claimed that Fadnavis was made Maharashtra Chief Minister to prevent central funds worth Rs 40,000 crore, from being "misused" by the Maha Vikas Aghadi alliance of Shiv Sena, NCP and Congres
The Sena also took a dim view of the objections raised by Fadnavis during the Maha Vikas Aghadi government's floor test on Saturday.
The government formation by BJP was a 'drama' played out to ensure that the funds meant for development works were 'protected', he said.
Responding to the barbs over his “Me punha yein” remarks, Fadnavis said he did say it but forgot to announce a time table of his return as chief minister.
'Those who got around 40 per cent marks in the election have formed the government, We are accepting it as part of democracy', Fadnavis remarked.