Devendra Fadnavis resigned from his post as the CM of Maharashtra three days after taking the oath in an unexpected announcement. In light of the current state of affairs in Maharashtra, here's a list of the shortest-serving Chief Ministers in India.
After the dramatic announcement on Saturday of taking the oath as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis has resigned from the post. The Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar was the first to leave the post on Tuesday 26th November. After claiming that the party lacks the majority to form the government in the state, Fadnavis along with Ajit Pawar resigned from the post that they were so eagerly sworn to. However, he is not the only CM to have served for a shorter period of time. Here's a look at all the shortest-serving Chief Ministers in India.
Check out the list of shortest-serving Chief Ministers in India:
Term: Two days
Jagdambika Pal, Uttar Pradesh
Term: One day
Satish Prasad Singh, Bihar
Term: One week
SC Marak, Meghalaya
Term: 13 days
Janaki Ramachandran, Tamil Nadu
Term: 23 days
CH Mohammad Koya, Kerala
Term: 45 days
Devendra Fadnavis, Maharashtra
Term: 3 days
Just like we can't decide what to watch on Netflix, the Maharashtra politics can also not decide whom to choose as the next Chief Minister.
But the confusion has finally settled with Uddhav Thackeray to become the Cheif Minister. He will be taking the oath on 28th November.