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Maharashtra deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis. (PTI file photo)

Maharashtra deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis. (PTI file photograph)

In a letter to the NCP supremo, Fadnavis mentioned the complete day can be ‘very busy’ as two essential applications are being organised back-to-back

Maharashtra’s Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Friday declined the lunch invitation from Nationalist Congress Celebration (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar for Saturday on the latter’s Baramati residence, citing his busy schedule as the explanation for his incapacity to attend.

In a letter to the NCP supremo, Maharashtra deputy CM said that the complete day can be ‘very busy’ as two essential applications are being organised back-to-back.

“I acquired the letter written by you, in addition to an invite for dinner from you. As you’re conscious that after the efforts of Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, the Namo Maharojgar Melava is being organized in Baramati. This large programme might be held in Baramati, after that, the bhoomi pujan of the memorial of Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj might be held in Badhu Budruk and Tuljapur and instantly after that, the bhoomi pujan of the memorial of revolutionary Lahuji Vastad Salve is scheduled. The entire day goes to be very busy as two essential programmes are being organized one after the opposite. Due to this fact, I will be unable to simply accept your pressing invitation this time. Thanks as soon as once more,” Fadnavis wrote in his letter.

Aside from Fadnavis, Sharad Pawar invited Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and his nephew Ajit Pawar for lunch on March 2. The official invitation was dispatched by his workplace within the type of a letter on Thursday.

“After taking oath as CM of the state, the CM is coming to Baramati for the primary time and I’m very glad about his go to to attend the Namo Maharojgar Occasion in Baramati. Due to this fact I want to lengthen the invitation for the meal at my residence after the occasion alongside along with his different Cupboard colleagues,” Sharad Pawar said in his letter.

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