Published On: Mon, Nov 4th, 2019

Shiv Sena reaches Bhagwat to solve Maha government formation issue

Failing to find a comfortable solution in forming government in Maharashtra with BJP the Shiv Sena has now reached to RSS asking Mohan Bhagwat to intervene.

Following the state assembly election results the Shiv Sena claims BJP had agreed ahead of the polls for a 50:50 power share in Maharashtra.

The Shiv Sena claims both the parties agreed to have a rotational system for the Chief Minister’s post along with possessing half the state’s ministerial berths.

Shiv Sena leader Kishore Tiwari has written to Mohan Bhagwat asking for his intervention in the matter as the state has delivered a mandate in favor of Sena-BJP alliance.

The impasse between the parties started from the day when votes were being counted on October 24. BJP refused to share power.

Lately, the Shiv Sena even announced could go with Sharad Pawar’s NCP and Congress to form the government in Maharashtra.

Meanwhile, state chief minister Devendra Fadnavis met BJP Amit Shah on Monday to discuss over the matter and talking to the media later the leader said there is a need to form the government at the earliest.

Shiv Sena reaches Bhagwat to solve Maha government formation issue

As of now there is no word on how BJP would form the government. The deadline to form ends on November 9.

The combined tally of Sena-BJP stands at 161 of total 288 seats.

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