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Nande: Discussions were ongoing that former Chief Minister Ashok Chavan was preparing to quit the Congress party. Ashok Chavan put an end to these discussions. I did not make such a decision, which makes the discussion, the discussion is not important, Ashok Chavan rejected the idea of ​​leaving the Congress party.

Ashok Chavan had reached the room late during the coming of age test. They were therefore unable to vote. With him, 4 to 5 other deputies stayed away from the majority test. Meanwhile, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis thanked the invisible hands behind us in the lobby. Congress had issued a show cause notice to Ashok Chavan in the event of an anti-party action. Since then, there has been talk of Ashok Chavan unhappy with the party.

At the same time, discussions continued in Congress that Ashok Chavan would leave the party. But these discussions are irrelevant. Former minister Ashok Chavan reacted by saying that who leads the discussion, I did not make such a decision.

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Political career of Ashok Chavan

Ashok Chavan served as Chief Minister of Maharashtra for almost two years, from December 8, 2008 to November 11, 2010. He became Chief Minister after Vilasrao Deshmukh resigned as Chief Minister after the 26/11 attacks against Mumbai in 2008. He was also Minister of Culture, Industries, Mines. Chavan is the son of the former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shankarao Chavan.

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Ashok Chavan was elected MP in the 2009 Maharashtra State Assembly elections. Furthermore, the Congress Committee of Maharashtra Pradesh again gave him responsibility for the Chief Ministry of Maharashtra. Thus Chavan became the chief minister for the second consecutive time. Previously, Vilasrao Deshmukh was elected by the Congress party twice in a row.

In 2010, he was forced to resign as chief minister after an uproar over his offers of houses to his relatives at the Adarsh ​​Housing Society, a building constructed in Mumbai for the heirs of martyrs. from Kargil.

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