Devendra Fadnavis: I am the ocean and will come back…

Mumbai: After the political earthquake in Maharashtra, there is a strong stir in the entire Mahavikas Aghadi Government. All the three parties of the Thackeray government are now seen meeting one after the other. There are reports of displeasure within the three parties from all sides. Be it Shivsena, NCP or Congress. The cross voting in the Legislative Council and the Rajya Sabha has forced all the three parties to introspect. But what Shivsena Minister Eknath Shinde did has gone a long way. There has been speculation about the fall of the ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi in Maharashtra. On the other hand, the speech given by former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis in the assembly on social media is also becoming increasingly viral. In which he is calling himself the ocean.

What did Fadnavis say
Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had said a poem in the state assembly a few days ago, taking a jibe at the Maha Vikas Aghadi government. He had said, ‘Don’t settle on my shore after seeing my water coming down, I am the ocean, I will come back’. Even before this, during the campaign for the Maharashtra assembly elections, Devendra Fadnavis had said that ‘I will come again’, although despite becoming the largest party in the state, the BJP could not establish power. Efforts were on to topple the Thackeray government since then. Meanwhile, this second speech of Devendra Fadnavis is now a topic of discussion in social media.

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