Mumbai: Leader of opposition and former CM of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday, while addressing a video conference said that no one is trying to topple the state government, it will fall due to its own burden.
“The State Government is yet to spend financial aid provided by the Centre. I really don’t understand what is the priority of the state govt. Today the state needs assertive leadership, I expect Uddhav Ji to take bold decisions,” Fadnavis said.
Amidst of COVID19 situation, there are speculations that the coalition government may collapse in the state, denying these rumors Fadnavis said that we are not interested in the change of government in the state as COVID19 situation is serious. We are fighting against Coronavirus and want to pressurize the government for the same, he further added.
No one is trying to weaken the state government, it will fall due to its own burden. We are not trying to topple the Government: Devendra Fadnavis, Maharashtra Leader of Opposition
— ANI (@ANI) May 26, 2020
Despite having the highest number of MLAs in Maharashtra Vidhansabha, BJP is forced to seat in opposition after Shiv Sena broke 35-year-old alliance post elections in 2020.