Devendra Fadnavis Meets Amit Shah, Says 'No Operation Lotus In Maharashtra'

Devendra Fadnavis and different BJP leaders met Amit Shah in Delhi on Friday

New Delhi:

Senior BJP chief Devendra Fadnavis on Friday stated no “Operation Lotus” was occurring in Maharashtra because the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities will collapse by itself as a result of its “inside contradictions”.

Mr Fadnavis made this assertion whereas chatting with reporters in New Delhi, after a gathering with Union House Minister Amit Shah.

The previous Maharashtra Chief Minister claimed that his assembly with Amit Shah was “non-political” because it was aimed toward looking for monetary help for the sugar business within the state.

He stated he additionally briefed Mr Shah concerning the coronavirus situation within the state and sought time from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to apprise him of the scenario.

Speaking concerning the assembly, Mr Fadnavis stated, “There was no political dialogue. We’re not excited by destabilising the state authorities…Time is now to struggle coronavirus.”

“There isn’t a ‘Operation Lotus’ in Maharashtra…We now have already stated that the federal government is stuffed with inside contradictions and when it falls due to it, we’ll see,” he stated.

“Operation Lotus” refers back to the alleged makes an attempt by the BJP to engineer defections from different events.

Mr Fadnavis additionally rejected the hypothesis that he was tipped to get a job in nationwide politics.

When requested about leaders from western Maharashtra accompanying him to Delhi, he stated they’re related to the sugar business.

BJP leaders Harshvardhan Patil, Dhananjay Mahadik, Ranjit Sinh Mohite, MLA Jaykumar Gore, MP Ranjit Nimbalkar, and Vinay Kore of Jansurajya Shakti Occasion, an ally of BJP, accompanied Mr Fadnavis through the assembly with Amit Shah.

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