Maharashtra's money back betrayal: Sena for Hegde's claims

MUMBAI: The Shiv Sena on Monday he described the claim of deputy BJP Ananthkumar Hegde that CM was made last month despite the lack of a majority just to 'protect' the 40 billion rupees of the central crore funds from being 'misused' as treason.

Qualifying the alleged act of Fadnavis as treason, the Sena deputy said that Fadnavis and the BJP were criminals of the people of Maharashtra.

The chief secretary of state and CM Uddhav Thackeray will clarify the issue, Raut said.

In response to Hegde's statement, Fadnavis said: I did not make any political decision as important as CM. All these accusations are false.

Hegde said that Fadnavis was appointed as Prime Minister of Maharashtra last month despite the lack of a majority only to 'protect' the central funds of Rs 40,000 million under the control of the CM from being 'misused'.

Days after Fadnavis resigned just 80 hours after taking an oath for the second time when Prime Minister Hegde, known for making controversial statements, tried to take a new turn to the episode that describes the formation of the government by the BJP as a drama interpreted to ensure that funds allocated to development works are 'protected'.

You all know that recently in Maharashtra for only 80 hours our person was chief minister, but soon Fadnavis resigned. Why did we have to do this drama? We don't know, despite knowing that we don't have a majority, why does he become a CM? This is the question that is commonly asked by everyone, Hegde said at a meeting, according to reports, during the campaign in Yellapur, in the district on Saturday.