After the NCP leader joined the Eknath Shinde administration, Shiv Sena-UBT leader Uddhav Thackeray met Ajit Pawar, a former ally and the deputy chief minister of Maharashtra, for the first time on Wednesday.
Thackeray, a representative on the state legislative council, briefly watched the events in the house. Additionally, it was his first trip to the legislature since former party colleague and deputy chair Neelam Gorhe switched over to the Shinde-led Shiv Sena.
After meeting with Pawar, who is also the finance minister, at his office, Thackeray stated, “I asked him to do good work for the state and people.”
The previous chief minister mentioned that Pawar was a member of his cabinet and that he was familiar with his management style. In the previous Maha Vikas Aghadi administration, Pawar served as Thackeray’s deputy.
He possesses the treasury’s keys, therefore I have no doubt that the state’s citizens will receive assistance, Thackeray concluded.