Fadnavis, the first BJP chief minister of the state, also spoke about attempts by his party to form government with the Sharad Pawar-led NCP.
Unlike in Karnataka, the BJP in Maharashtra is way short of the halfway mark.
Maharashtra is servicing a debt of Rs 4.71 lakh crore, and an additional Rs 2 lakh crore is committed to ongoing projects.
There needs to be a balance among the three parties that have formed the Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi government led by Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray, Chavan told news channel ABP Majha.
Of around 25-30 houses in the village, 11 are affected by the Bullet Train project.
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.
Pawar stressed the need for allocation of portfolios to the ministers who were sworn in with Thackeray on November 28 at the earliest, sources said.
The Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP came together and formed the MVA government which took office last Thursday. However, ministers are yet to be allotted portfolios.
This will their first meeting after Thackeray quit the NDA front under BJP and joined hands with the NCP and the Congress to form Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government in the state.
Yuva Sena secretary Sardesai and CM’s son Aditya Thackeray, who is Yuva Sena Chief and MLA from Worli were present at an official meeting held at the state secretariat on Monday.
It was later said that if the Congress leaders returned to Mumbai, the portfolio announcements could even be made the late evening.
Most of the Congress leaders in the state have gone to Delhi to discuss and finalize portfolios that the party has got.
Thackeray, along with his cabinet colleagues reviewed the various Metro projects currently undergoing at the state.
However, these cases don't involve cases filed against the activists arrested for charges of sedition and for having links with the outlawed Maoist organizations.