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Chief Minister Eknath Shinde Affirms Government’s Strength and Praises Modi’s Leadership at Monsoon Session

The monsoon session of the Legislature has come to an end, and today marked the final day of the session. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde addressed the hall and used the opportunity to respond to the opposition’s queries. Shinde’s speech was marked with determination and a clear stand against the opposition’s tactics.

Chief Minister Questions the Opposition

In his speech, Chief Minister Eknath Shinde raised a question posed by the opposition regarding the mention of Prithviraj Chavan’s name. He expressed surprise at their line of questioning and defended his stance.

Strengthening of the Government

The Chief Minister highlighted the past year’s predictions of the government’s fall and acknowledged that Prithviraj Chavan, whom he referred to as “Prithvi Baba,” is a good friend. Shinde clarified that he did not inquire into Chavan’s statement about a new Chief Minister.

Unity and Support for the Government

Shinde proudly spoke about the government’s growing support and increased strength. He stated that the previous number of 170 has now risen to 215, symbolizing the unified support behind the government.

Praising Prime Minister Narendra Modi

During his speech, Shinde appreciated Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dedication and leadership. He praised the Prime Minister’s efforts in improving the country’s economy, taking it from the tenth position to the fifth. Shinde also commended Modi’s tireless work, noting that he had not taken a single holiday in nine years.

Ajit Pawar’s Inclusion in the Strong Government

The Chief Minister mentioned the inclusion of Ajit Pawar, further adding to the government’s strength. Shinde expressed confidence that under Modi’s leadership, the country would continue to progress.

Party Strength and Composition

Eknath Shinde’s revelation in the House indicated that the Ajit Pawar group now has 45 MLAs, leading to the current count of 215 MLAs. As a result, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) currently holds 8 MLAs.

The monsoon session concluded on a strong note with Chief Minister Eknath Shinde’s assertive speech. The statements made during this session are likely to have an impact on the political landscape in the state.



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