Eknath Shinde News: Eknath Shinde told when the cabinet will be formed in Maharashtra, Supriya Sule took a jibe

Pune: Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde said that even though the state may not have a full cabinet, the government is working efficiently. He also promised to expand the cabinet soon. At present, Shinde and Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis are the only two members in the state cabinet. Both took oath on June 30. When Shinde was asked about the cabinet expansion, he told reporters, “We will soon expand our cabinet. Even though there is no full cabinet, the government is working efficiently. We have taken many such decisions which are people oriented.

The Chief Minister is on a visit to Pune. During this he reviewed the status of various development related projects in five districts falling under Pune division. Earlier, NCP MP Supriya Sule took a dig at the lack of cabinet formation.

Supriya Sule’s taunt on the government
Supriya Sule said that a BJP MP called the Eknath Shinde-led government in Maharashtra ‘for each other’. Sule, Lok Sabha MP from Baramati in Pune district, said, “Today, I was talking to a BJP Lok Sabha member who told the Maharashtra government ‘for each other’. This comparison is something I would have never thought of.

Sule said Shinde and Fadnavis are running the government at a time when the state is facing various challenges, including crop loss due to excess rains and rising farmers’ debt.

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