Maharashtra Chief Minister's Office Denies Chopper Incident Involving Devendra Fadnavis

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Maharashtra Chief Minister's Office Denies Chopper Incident Involving Devendra Fadnavis

Maharashtra Chief Minister's Office denied any incident of chopper involving Devendra Fadnavis.


Raigad, Maharashtra:  The office of Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Friday denied occurrence of any incident involving his chopper in which he was said to have escaped unhurt.

An official earlier had claimed that Devendra Fadnavis escaped unhurt when his helicopter suddenly took off as he was boarding it at a helipad in Alibaug in Maharahstra's Raigad.

Mr Fadnavis was preparing to board the chopper when it took off and its rotating blades came close to his head, the official had said.

However, the security personnel immediately came and helped the Chief Minister escape injury from the chopper's blades, he added.

But the chief minister's office strongly denied occurrence of any such incident saying there was no accident at all.

"Rumours are being spread that the Chief Minister's helicopter was involved in an accident. There was no such accident. People should not believe rumours," it said.

Mr Fadnavis had gone to Raigad today to attend the birthday celebrations of PWP leader Jayant Patil and to inaugurate an auditorium.

With inputs from PTI

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