President's Rule in Maharashtra is Unfortunate: Devendra Fadnavis

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Former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis expressed his views on the imposition of President's Rule in the state and termed it as unfortunate. Fadnavis had a hope that Maharashtra will soon witness a stable government. He released a press note on this.

"People had given a very clear mandate. Even then a government could not be formed. It is very unfortunate that the state was forced to have the President's Rule. Still, I expect that a stable government will soon be formed in the state," read his press note.

Former Chief Minister, BJP MP Narayan Rane has also said that Mr. Fadnavis is making efforts to form a BJP-led coalition government in the state.

"BJP will try to form the government. Devendra Fadnavis is putting in all efforts in this regard. I am now with the BJP. I will do everything I can to ensure the BJP comes to power again," Rane said.

"It is bad that there is a delay in government formation. If you are concerned about farmers and the people of Maharashtra, you should form a government. On one hand, you say a government should be formed at the earliest, on the other, you are behaving like this. It is really sad," he added.

Upon the approval from President Ram Nath Kovind, Maharashtra came under President's rule
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