Sena wonders if PM was knowledgeable about 50:50 method
Shiv Sena chief Sanjay Raut on Thursday mentioned that had BJP president Amit Shah knowledgeable Prime Minister Narendra Modi in regards to the “50:50” seat-sharing method “in time”, Maharashtra wouldn’t have been dealing with the present political deadlock.
Mr. Raut puzzled if Mr. Modi was “kept away” by prime BJP leaders from the choice taken over seat-sharing.
Mr. Shah on Wednesday mentioned the Shiv Sena’s calls for, together with sharing the Chief Minister’s put up, have been “unacceptable” to the BJP.
Talks for govt formation at preliminary stage: Chavan
Senior Congress chief Prithviraj Chavan has mentioned talks for presidency formation in Maharashtra have been at a “preliminary” stage and no resolution was taken to date.
The Congress and NCP on Wednesday deliberated at their respective occasion ranges and later collectively to work out a ’widespread minimal programme’ (CMP) and power-sharing method, the previous state chief minister mentioned.
Congress leaders Balasaheb Thorat, Ashok Chavan and ManikraoThakare additionally met Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray at a suburban lodge on Wednesday.
“The Congress, NCP and Shiv Sena have so far held preliminary talks. A meeting will again be held today between the Congress and NCP, and later both the parties are expected to hold talks with the Shiv Sena. There is no decision as yet,” Prithviraj Chavan advised PTI.
He mentioned the main points labored out must be permitted by the Congress excessive command.
President’s rule in Maharashtra a ‘scripted act’, alleges Sena
The Shiv Sena alleged that imposition of President’s rule in Maharashtra was a “scripted act” and took a jibe on the governor, saying he has now given events six months to type authorities.
It additionally mentioned that former state chief minister Devendra Fadnavis is shedding “crocodile tears” over the imposition of President’s rule as energy remains to be not directly within the fingers of the BJP.
Criticising the governor for giving the Shiv Sena simply 24 hours to stake declare and refusing it extra time to muster numbers, an editorial in occasion mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ mentioned, “It looked like some invisible power was controlling this game and decisions were taken accordingly.”