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Sharad Pawar’s witty taunts to Devendra Fadnavis on ‘Mee Punha Yeil’

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Former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ campaign “Mee Punha Yeil” has backfired and how and its NCP President Sharad Pawar having the last laugh on it. It may be recalled that Devendra Fadnavis had been towing a rather over confident line, which some even saw as arrogance when he kept saying he would become Chief Minister of Maharashtra, from the last assembly session to the press conference that he addressed soon after the results of the Maharashtra polls came out. He even wrote a poem on it. In the press conference he addressed post results, he had said he would become the Chief Minister again.

However, something that wouldn’t surprise many as its politics, the equations in Maharashtra changed over-night as NCP President Sharad Pawar became the man scripting of who will form the government, how and even when. The satisfaction of this was evident in one of his press conferences when he did not miss any opportunity to mock, taunt and even joke on Devendra Fadnavis’ campaign “Mee Punha Yeil”.

He continued to mock at Devendra Fadnavis and said he didn’t know that Fadnavis was also a student of astrology.

The “Mee Punha Yeil” campaign has constantly faced severe criticism, from the beginning though it’s become more vocal now. Perhaps Devendra Fadnavis should have learnt a few lessons on humility from Shiv Sena Executive President Uddhav Thackeray who in the Dussera rally of the party had said something extremely relevant in present times. He had advised never to let arrogance of power go in the head.

It could be this very difference of being humble versus being arrogant, that today fate has come to a point where Devendra Fadnavis will sit in opposition benches in Maharashtra assembly while Uddhav Thackeray could well may create history by becoming the first Thackeray Chief Minister of Maharashtra. #ZebaWarsia – NMTV News.


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