TDN World Desk: For last few days Maharashtra has been the centre of whole India’s asttention to see who forms a stable Govt., at the end. Both paties – The BJP and NCP-Congress-Shiv Sena claimed they have numbers to prove majority. However, after the Supreme court’s directive to conduct floor test the course of Maharashtra politics witnesses new twist.

On Tuesday, just two days after he took oath in a mid-night coup, Fadanvis tendered his resignation as Maharashtra chief minister following the quittal of Ajit Pawer from Deputy CM post.

Addressing the media, Fadnavis blamed its former ally Shiv Sena for bargaining for a better deal. “We kept clarifying that we never promised CM post. We were asked to form the government but we refused, saying Sena is not with us. The Sena made fun of itself by claiming it has figures.”