Raut Claimed that Shivsena will definitely form the Government Soon

He said, 'There is President's rule right now. Applied for 6 months. We have to discuss to form a government as quickly as possible.
Raut Claimed that Shivsena will definitely form the Government Soon

Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut says that Maharashtra is under President's rule and the duration of President's rule is six months. Before that a new government will be formed in the state. He said that the government in Maharashtra will be formed under the leadership of Shiv Sena and there is no need for mediation for this. When he was reminded of the statement of NCP Chief Sharad Pawar in which he said that all questions about forming the government should be asked with the Shiv Sena, he said, "What is Pawar saheb saying wrong?"

What did Raut say?

Raut said, 'The Shiv Sena The government will form the government  . Everything will be known gradually. ' Raut reiterated his claim that the government would be formed and headed by the Shiv Sena. He said, "The government will be formed and a majority of 170 (MLAs) will be proved in the House". He said, 'There is President's rule right now. Applied for 6 months. We have to discuss to form a government as quickly as possible.

End date of 17 November

It should be noted that Shiv Sena had demanded NCP and Congress to declare support to Shiv Sena for formation of government by November 17, the death anniversary of Shiv Sena founder Bala Saheb Thackeray, but so far no such announcement has been made. Meanwhile, the stance in place of NCP Chief Sharad Pawar has increased the position of discord in the Shiv Sena.

Voice inside Shiv Sena

From what Pawar said after meeting Congress President Sonia Gandhi, many Shiv Sena leaders have started to reinforce the belief that their party is not good at going with NCP and Congress. There was talk inside the party that the possibility of resuming dialogue with BJP should be explored and the Shiv Sena should adopt the policy of 'Ekla Chalo Re' if there is no scope of forming a government with BJP. Pawar's statement to these leaders is quite disturbing.

What did Sharad Pawar say?

In fact, after meeting Congress President Sonia Gandhi, NCP Chief Sharad Pawar said that no consensus has been reached on a minimum common program with the Shiv Sena to form the government in Maharashtra. He refused to say anything clear about forming the government and took complete silence on the question of giving confidence to the Shiv Sena.

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