Ajit Pawar says won't take oath as minister today

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A Shiv Sena leader on Tuesday announced his resignation after the party made a decision to form an alliance with the Congress and Nationalist Congress Party in Maharashtra.

After being elected as joint legislative party leader, Uddhav Thackeray said, "I had never dreamed of leading the state". Its victory march under the leadership of Modi and party president Amit Shah continued unabated - barring Delhi and Bihar - in many other states.

On Tuesday, Fadnavis chose to step down as Maharashtra chief minister after Ajit Pawar informed him that he will not be able to support his government anymore.

The swearing-in ceremony follows days of dramatic political developments, in which the BJP had formed government on November 23 morning after Ajit Pawar broke ranks with the NCP and aligned with the BJP.

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Four days after taking oath for the second term as Maharashtra chief minister, BJP's Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday announced his resignation saying "we don't have the numbers".

The resignations were set in motion with the Supreme Court verdict on Tuesday that asked Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari to ensure a floor test is conducted by 5 pm on Wednesday for Fadnavis to prove majority in the Assembly.

Talking to media, Sule stressed that never had any rift with her "dada" (as Ajit Pawar is fondly called), who shocked the NCP by deciding to support Devendra Fadnavis as chief minister without the consent of NCP chief and Sule's father Sharad Pawar. I wish them all the best whoever will form the government.

"I doubt that this three-wheeler govt will be stable but BJP will work as an effective opposition and try to raise the voice of people", Fadnavis added.

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