Devendra Fadnavis, Ex-CM of Maharastra, is doing a remarkable job. He has started a community kitchen at Takiya Gymkhana, in the South-West Assembly Constituency, since last one & half month and is serving food to almost 2000 people everyday. Jaitala Ekatmata Nagar community kitchen is also serving food to 2000 people daily since one month.
As per reports all day long, he is visiting many #BJP4Seva works in Assembly Constituencies of West Nagpur, East Nagpur, Central Nagpur and his South-West Nagpur with BJP Nagpur leaders and public representatives, as seen in his twitter handle.
All day long, visited various #BJP4Seva works in Assembly Constituencies of West Nagpur, East Nagpur, Central Nagpur and my South-West Nagpur with BJP Nagpur leaders and public representatives. #BJP4Seva pic.twitter.com/xC79QFYYTm— Devendra Fadnavis (@Dev_Fadnavis) May 14, 2020
Praising his work, one of his follower tweeted
First Term as Chief Minister
After the 2014 assembly elections, as the leader of the largest party in the assembly, Fadnavis was appointed as the chief minister of Maharashtra on 31 October 2014.His government won a confidence motion by voice vote on 12 November 2014 allowing it to govern.
Call for Patriotic slogans
In April 2016, while addressing a rally in Nashik, Fadnavis called, every Indian will have to chant ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’, and those who refuse to chant must go to Pakistan or China. Next day, Fadnavis issued a clarification after he found himself embroiled in a controversial statement over the issue.
Minority Government formation in November 2019
In Nov 2019, Fadnavis formed a government on 23 November with the help of Ajit Pawar of NCP; however, this government only lasted for a few days. During this short period, Fadnavis chaired a climate resilience meeting with representatives of the World Bank, restarted the CM’s refund cell, and sanctioned ₹5380 crore in aid for farmers.