Books written by Devendra Fadnavis
Growing up as an activist and a self-taught politician, Devendra Fadnavis had had many queries on various subjects that influence the life of a common man. He studied hard and also learned through his works about matters such as legal frameworks of governance, resource allocation & budgeting, trade union rights, and so on. His rich and diverse knowledge coupled with hands-on experience is reflected in the books written by him. His books, some of them described below, provide us with insights into many complex subjects in an easily graspable manner.
COVID-19 has pushed our economy and future towards a questionable future but we were fortunate that our Prime Minister Hon. Narendra Modi Ji announced the AatmaNirbhar Package for all strata of the society struggling with survival.
Despite all this, the Mahavikas Agadhi Government of Maharashtra is leveling false allegations against the Central Government to cover their own faults. The leaders of the parties in power are making statements that the central government is not rendering assistance to them and behaving in a discriminatory manner.
This booklet has been made for the sole purpose of clarifying all doubts regarding what Maharashtra has received under the AatmaNirbhar Package. It states in detail what every person, be it a labour, a farmer, a widow or an entrepreneur in Maharashtra will receive under the package.
अर्थसंकल्प म्हणजे नेमके काय ?
This book explains in an easy-to-understand manner the whats, the whys and the hows of the various financial tools and their usages in preparing the budget and helps the readers understand the goals of the finance minister and how s(h)e plans to achieve them – acquired through a rigorous self-teaching regimen.
As the union Finance Minister Smt. Nirmala Sitaraman puts it in her forewords for the book, “The budget is the most important policy document of any government indicating its intent and priorities. The book helps in understanding how to read the budget.”
Renewal of Nazul in Vidarbha has till recently been marred with many disputes. As the elected MLA from South-West Nagpur, Devendra Fadnavis fought hard on these issues that made the Government change its rules regarding renewal, heritance, and transferability of the leases. This book provides all the necessary information and guidance relating to renewal, inheritance, and handover of the leased land. It also addresses the issues that might appear during the handover of flats built on the Nazul lands.
जनसामान्यांचा बुलंद आवाज
This book recounts some of his actions, as a firebrand BJP MLA, to address long-standing problems in Nagpur and Vidharva, such as extended hours of load shedding, the lacuna in the OBC reservation rule with respect to creamy layers, land rights and no eviction for the Kamgar community at Tukrozinagar, rights of the slum dwellers, etc.
Devendra Fadnavis is an unusual politician who can publish the self-report summary. This is one such effort that contours his tenure as the MLA from South-West Nagpur from 2004 to 2009. His efforts to address the problems and introduce new developments in his constituency are given in details in a tasteful manner, mixed with excerpts from poetries that reflect his visions. It also contains comments from L.K. Advani, Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari, Gopinath Munde, and some of his colleagues.
Devendra Fadnavis belongs to a rare breed of politicians who can publish the self-report summary. This is one that covers his tenure as the MLA from South-West Nagpur from 2004 to 2009. His efforts to address the problems and introduce new developments in his constituency are given in details in a tasteful manner, mixed with excerpts from poetries that reflect his visions. It also contains well wishes from L.K. Advani, Rajnath Singh, Nitin Gadkari, Gopinath Munde, and some of his colleagues.