Government operations are unaffected: Maharashtra Chief Minister on the postponement of cabinet expansion

Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde said the state government has not been impacted in any way . Shinde assumed office on June 30, following the resignation of Uddhav Thackeray in the face of a Shiv Sena rebellion .

Maharashtra Chief Minister Eknath Shinde said on Saturday that the state government hasn't been impacted in any way as a result of the delay in the formation of the Maharashtra council of ministers, and that more ministers will be elected soon.Mr Shinde assumed office on June 30, following the resignation of Uddhav Thackeray in the face of a Shiv Sena rebellion.Devendra Fadnavis, the BJP's deputy chief minister, was appointed by Shinde, who fought the Shiv Sena opposition.The government has not been affected in any way.

Mr Shinde told reporters in the National Capital that I and the deputy chief minister have been making decisions, and that there is no effect on the functioning of the government, as Mr Shinde said earlier this week.Mr Shinde was in the National Capital for meetings with the BJP leadership in Delhi and the NITI Aayog Governing Council meeting on Sunday, while the Supreme Court was expected to hear a slew of petitions regarding the Maharashtra government's appointment.