The NCP shares power with the Shiv Sena and the Congress in Maharashtra as part of the MVA government that was formed after the 2019 Assembly elections.
Fadnavis also reiterated that the three-party MVA dispensation will collapse under its own weight, and asserted that once that happens, his party would provide an alternative government in the state.
Instead of contributing to the Chief Minister's relief fund, BJP leaders had donated to the PM Cares Fund for COVID 19, Maharashtra Congress president Nana Patole further said.
The allotment of cabinet berths is the prerogative of head of every ruling party in a coalition, Pawar, who is also an NCP leader, told reporters in Baramati town of Pune.
Raut wrote that NCP supremo Sharad Pawar should sack Anil Deshmukh as the state Home Minister if he really cares about good governance.
The Sena referred to the "phone tapping episode" and the disappointment expressed by Sanjay Pandey, a DG rank officer, that he was sidelined to claim the collusion.
Fadnavis said he had "6.3 GB data" of the calls intercepted by then Commissioner of Intelligence Rashmi Shukla with due permissions, where names of several key police officers were discussed.
Talking to reporters in Delhi, Pawar suggested that Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will take a decision in this matter and also action against home minister Anil Deshmukh.
Pawar played a key role in formation of the MVA government last year by bringing together the Shiv Sena and its political, ideological rivals Congress and the NCP.