Shiv Sena and NCP make Govt in Maharashtra: Will Shiv Sena form government with NCP?: Political riots continue in Maharashtra, there is an ongoing tussle between the Shiv Sena and the Bharatiya Janata Party over the chief minister’s post. Now Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut has once again reminded BJP to follow coalition religion. Sanjay Raut said that the BJP should follow the 50-50 formula, which means an equal stake in the cabinet. At the same time, he also opened his cards on the speculation of going with the NCP and said that options remain open in politics.
The Shiv Sena MP said that there were elections in two states, in Haryana, the BJP has formed the government without majority. They have joined hands with an organization which was against them. He said that if there is a delay in forming the government, then it is not our fault.
On going with the NCP, Sanjay Raut said that we have not considered it yet, it will be too early. However, he also said that everything is possible in politics, options are always open like you have got to see in Haryana. Sanjay Raut said that there was talk of ending the opposition before the election, but what happened.
Shiv Sena will accept without CM post?
Sanjay Raut said that it is necessary to maintain the religion of coalition, we are not hungry for power. This was decided before the Lok Sabha elections, which means an equal stake in the cabinet post. He said that why should we not get the chief minister’s post for two and a half years, we all believe in Ram, then we should follow the policy of life like Ram but not promise.
On forming the government, he said that who is stopping the BJP to form the government with 105 seats, if it happens then it will be a world record. Because the government needs 145 figures. If someone wants to kill democracy, it will not work like this.
Let us tell you that the exercise to form a government in Maharashtra has started. On Monday, Shiv Sena leader and Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis had a separate meeting with the Governor, though it was described as a normal meeting only on Diwali.