Devendra Fadnavis calls Eknath Khadse’s allegations against him ‘half truth’
Devendra Fadnavis calls Eknath Khadse’s allegations against him ‘half truth’

Mumbai: The Devendra Fadnavis-led Maharashtra government has been angry ever since it was ousted in 2016. Now, senior BJP leader Eknath Khadfrom left the party on Wednesday. He is said to be joining the Sharad Pawar-led NCP this week. Last Wednesday, Eknath Khadfrom has accused BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis of trying to destroy his political career and life.

On this allegation, Fadnavis has refused to speak directly, but he termed khadthan's resignation as unfortunate. In fact, on wednesday, Fadnavis said, "His former BJP colleagues are speaking half-truth. If they had complained about me, they should have told senior party leaders. Terming the resignation of Khadthan as unfortunate, Fadnavis said, "It would have been better that he would not have resigned. '

Fadnavis said, "I will not speak about it today, but I will do it at an appropriate time. Despite leaving the party, the BJP will not leave a single MLA party. "Let us also tell you that the NCP's state chief and minister in the state Jayant Patil said," Khadthan will join the NCP on Friday. The long-running speculation over the next political move of Khadthan has ended.

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