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Mahesh Tapase, ED government will run out soon, NCP leader told the reason News JANI

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Mumbai : Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde’s government is completing two months. The opposition parties criticized that the government of Eknath Shinde and Devendra Fadnavis came from ED. Eknath Shinde, while replying to the allegations of the opposition, had said that yes, this is the government of ED. It was said that E stands for Eknath Shinde and D stands for Devendra Fadnavis. When Shinde’s government is completing two months, NCP has attacked. Party spokesperson Mahesh Chekhe has warned that the ED government will soon be ‘run out’ due to its desire to score more runs on fewer balls.

What did Mahesh say?

NCP State Spokesperson Mahesh Cheche has warned that this ‘ED’ government will soon ‘run out’ due to the slogan of scoring more runs on fewer balls. Investigations said that there is a doubt in the minds of the people of Maharashtra that the wrong policy is not being adopted by the ED government out of political greed. Chief Minister Eknath Shinde is quick to decide on the ‘bullet train’ for the benefit of Gujarat, but Mahesh Cheghe has also criticized that many issues in Maharashtra are not decided.

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On the one hand, the court case, on the other hand, the depressed rebel MLAs, and on the other hand, the public response to the Thackeray group and the ‘C Voter’ survey about the Lok Sabha elections, all these things, the ED government is in a hopeless state of mind.

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Chief Minister Eknath Shinde has recently admitted that he is in the mood to score more runs on fewer balls. Therefore, it seems that the Shinde government, which was established on the basis of betrayal, will not last for long, said Mahesh Cheghe.

Meanwhile, it has to be seen what will be the response of the Eknath Shinde group and the BJP to the criticism made by the NCP.

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