Mumbai: After Devendra Fadnavis resigned as the Maharashtra Chief Minister, wife Amruta Fadnavis cited an Urdu couplet to say that she will come back. Amruta took to her Twitter handle on Tuesday night to share a special message to the people of Maharashtra.

She wrote, "Palat k aaungi shakhon pe khushbuye lekar, khija ki jad mein hoon, mausam jara badal ne de (I will come back with fresh fragrance...let the season change a bit)."

Take a look at her tweet:

Amruta Fadnavis also thanked the people of Maharashtra for five memorable years. "Thanks Mah for memorable 5yrs as your Wahini. The love showered by you will always make me nostalgic! I tried to perform my role to best of my abilities-with desire only to serve & make a positive diff," Amruta Fadnavis said.

Incidentally, "Mee Parat Yein" (I will come back) was her husband's refrain during the Assembly poll campaign. Devendra Fadnavis had quit as Maharashtra Chief Minister on Tuesday after Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar submitted his resignation.

As per reports, Maharashtra will now have a Shiv Sena Chief Minister after 20 years but a Thackeray as Chief Minister for the first time.

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