The private chopper took off again successfully for its scheduled journey after offloading one of the passengers and some luggage, the police said.
Although police did not specify the reasons of the chopper making force-landing, an aviation expert said that deboarding of a passenger and some luggage could be linked to the maximum load carrying capacity of the helicopter.
An official said, "As the helicopter was unable to get the required altitude to fly, some luggage was also off- loaded. This is not a major issue. The chief minister flew in the same chopper and attended all events in Aurangabad as per schedule."
This is the latest in a series of incidents involving Mr Fadnavis while flying in a helicopter.
Security guards accompanying Mr Fadnavis had then pushed him out of harm's way.
On May 25, the rotor of a helicopter carrying Mr Fadnavis tangled with power lines and it crash-landed during take-off from Nilanga in Latur district.
On May 10, a helicopter assigned to ferry Mr Fadnavis to Nagpur crashed before reaching the pick-up location in Gadchiroli.
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