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Fadnavis may take oath by Friday despite Shiva Sena spat

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 29 October 2019
Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis could take oath of office for his second term on Thursday or Friday, with the BJP hopeful that its warring partner Shiv Sena will come around by not pressing its demand for a 50:50 split in ministerial berths and rotational chief ministership.
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