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CM post will go to Shiv Sena in three-party Maharashtra govt: NCP

"The chief minister will be from the Shiv Sena. It walked away from the 'Mahayuti' on the issue of the chief minister's post. It is our responsibility to respect its sentiment," NCP chief spokesman Nawab Malik said. The three parties are likely to be part of the government and negotiations on sharing portfolios among them are on.

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  • Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on being asked 'if Shiv Sena CM will be for 5 years or CM will be for 2.5 years each from NCP and Shiv Sena?': ...

    Earlier it was announced that a Congress-NCP delegation would meet the governor, but Sena sources said their leaders too would join them. It triggered speculation that the meeting with Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari could be for staking claim to form government, though leaders of the Shiv Sena and Congress maintained that it was only about farm distress.

    Patil's statement came even as its estranged ally Shiv Sena and rivals Congress and NCP appeared to be inching closer towards finalising an alliance to form government. Patil claimed that the BJP, which won 105 seats in the October 21 elections, has the support of some Independents, which takes its tally to 119.

    BJP president Amit Shah finally spoke about the ensuing differences between long-term allies BJP and Shiv Sena post Maharashtra elections. He claimed to have made no pre-poll deal with the ally over rotation of chief ministership in the state. The BJP had reiterated that if the coalition gets a majority, Devendra Fadnavis will occupy the top post.

    Raut on Wednesday also posted a message on Twitter to indicate tough path ahead for his party in its efforts to form government in Maharashtra with the Congress and NCP, which were its ideological rivals till recently. He has of late also been hitting out at the BJP through his Twitter posts.

    The Sena is holding deliberations with the Congress and the NCP to rope them in to form a government in the state, which came under President's Rule on Tuesday evening.

    Without taking any names, the Sena, in an editorial in party mouthpiece 'Saamana', said those who talk of ethics in politics are currently the "most disruptive". President's rule was imposed in the state on Tuesday after the Governor sent a report to the Centre. Prior to it, the BJP on Sunday expressed its inability to form government.

    The BJP on Tuesday blamed "stubbornness" of its estranged ally and political rival Shiv Sena, without taking its name, for imposition of Pre...

    There is no possibility of mid-term polls. This government will be formed and it will complete five years. We all will ensure this government runs for five years, Pawar told reporters here. He said the three parties are at present working out a common minimum programme (CMP) that will guide the actions of the government being planned in the state.

    Nationalist Congress Party Chief, Sharad Pawar said on November 15 amid prevailing political situation in Maharashtra said, “The process to ...

    The Congress and NCP said on Tuesday evening that they had yet not taken any decision about supporting the Shiv Sena to form government in M...

    Some senior Sena leaders are likely to reach Delhi to meet Congress chief Sonia Gandhi to press for the request. While Pawar made the request to the Ahmed Patel-led AICC delegation on Tuesday, senior Sena leader Sanjay Raut too made his party’s request when PCC chief Balasaheb Thorat and ex-CM Ashok Chavan met him on Wednesday.

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