NCP ready to give CM post to Shiv Sena on this condition
Mumbai: The political situation in Maharashtra is changing every moment. According to sources, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) led by Sharad Pawar has agreed to the 50-50 formula of Shiv Sena. According to sources, under this arrangement, NCP has proposed to give the post of CM for two and a half years to Shiv Sena. The next two and a half years will be the CM of NCP.
In addition, there is a proposal to divide the equality between the two parties regarding the Ministry of Home Affairs, Urban Development, Revenue, Finance, and PWD. According to sources, NCP has also placed a condition under this proposal. The condition is that the Shiv Sena will have to resign from a ministerial position in the Modi government (of Arvind Sawant) and leave the BJP-led NDA alliance. According to sources, the Shiv Sena may take a decision on the NCP's proposal by Friday afternoon.
Let us tell you that no party has got a clear majority in the result of assembly elections held in Maharashtra. BJP has won 105 seats in the state, while its ally Shiv Sena has won victory on 56 seats. In such a situation, these two have enough data to form a government together, but the government has not been formed due to the insistence of the CM's post of Shiv Sena.