Suspense on Formation of Maharashtra Government will end soon

An article in the party mouthpiece Saamana states that a government can be formed in Maharashtra at any moment.
Suspense on Formation of Maharashtra Government will end soon

The possibility of ending the suspense regarding the formation of government in Maharashtra has become strong. While on the one hand, after a long meeting between the NCP and the Congress, the path of the government is clear, while the Shiv Sena is also indicating it. An article in the party mouthpiece Saamana states that a government can be formed in Maharashtra at any moment. At the same time, Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut has attacked BJP in gestures by tweeting.

The article in Saamana states, 'The instability in Maharashtra for the last 21 days will end soon. Government can be formed in the state at any moment. The three parties, Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress will together give a stable and strong government, the leaders of Congress-NCP alliance expressed such confidence in the press conference held in Delhi. This article also mentions a meeting of Congress-NCP leaders at NCP supremo Sharad Pawar's Delhi residence, 6 Janpath.

Meanwhile, Senior Sena leader and Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut has once again attacked the BJP. Raut said while tweeting, "We are bad only, what medal was won when it was good." Earlier on Wednesday, Raut also tweeted the poem of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, writing, 'Ahuti Baqi, Yajna incomplete, the obstacles of loved ones encircle, make last thunder's thunderbolt, burn the new Dadhichi bones. Let's light a lamp again. '

Shiv Sena will share the post of CM?

According to sources, the NCP will now focus more on bargaining to share the chief minister's post with the Shiv Sena in the next two days of talks to form the government. It will now be important to see to what extent the Shiv Sena agrees to the NCP's latest attempts at bargaining. Sources say that the NCP may insist on a CM post split for two-and-a-half years. Let the NCP win just two seats less than the Shiv Sena in the assembly elections. The NCP has 54 MLAs and Shiv Sena 56 MLAs in the 288-member assembly.

Now there will be discussion on the sharing of ministries

A 'Coordination Committee' of NCP-Congress and Shiv Sena is also working which can finalize the alliance. This committee can also solve difficult issues like Hindutva. The divisions of the ministries between the NCP-Congress and the Shiv Sena will also be discussed in this conversation that will continue for the next two days. After two rounds of talks at the house of NCP supremo Sharad Pawar, the government announced.

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