What Next for Fadnavis after He Resigned in City?
Its been the last two years when we have seen the Bungalow of former CM of Maha Mr. Devendra Fadnavis has been building up. However, of late, there seems to have been momentum in the construction now. Devendra Fadnavis who is currently the South-West Nagpur MLA of the BJP has lost his chance to be the CM of Maha for the second time, hence there are high chances that he and his family have to return to Nagpur after staying for five years in Mumbai for obvious reasons.
As per reports, the former CM has now would be returning his hometown the moment the new CM, Mr. Uddhay Thakreay of the Shiv Sena and the newly formed government would replace him. The reports now suggest that Fadnavis has given the deadline to complete the construction of home cum new office in the city by Jan 2020. He would be playing the role of an opposition leader in the current state assembly in Maha politics. The new building is constructed at the same place where he had his bungalow at Trikoni Park in Dharampeth.
However, on getting elected as the leader of the opposition, he will be allotted a bungalow in Raj Bhavan in Nagpur at Civil Lines. Even if he remains the MLA he is entitled to get home as a former CM in our city. However, people close to him claim that he would only reside at his residence which is under construction and once he shifts back to Nagpur, he will continue staying there and working from there only. It is a 5500 sq ft area bungalow which is designed to have his residence and office as well. However, during his regime as a CM, while visiting to Nagpur, he used to stay at his official CM residence at Civil Lines and not at his old residence.
He demolished his old bungalow in the area in 2017 to construct a premium quality office cum residence as per the new FSI norms along with enough space for parking. He had his office in the city at Hyderabad House in the Rajbhavan premises. His residence was earlier rented out to his old friend and a former BJP MP Mr. Ajay Sancheti. He had demolished it to make a new home with office along with enough parking in the basement area, which was not seen earlier.