The screw to form a government is stuck in Maharashtra. On Monday, NCP chief Sharad Pawar spoke to Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray amidst the day-long political developments. During this, Pawar told the Shiv Sena chief that the governor had invited him to form the government. He said that NCP wants to form government with Shiv Sena. Because the Congress is unable to form an opinion about the formation of the government, it is delayed. Pawar said that NCP is also in touch with Congress MLAs.
Explain that after refusing to give more time to Shiv Sena, Governor Bhagat Singh Kosari has invited NCP to form the government. The Governor has given 24 hours to the NCP. Late evening NCP leaders also met the Governor, after which the party was told that we have told the Governor that after talking to his allies, he will give any answer about the formation of the government. The NCP leader said that we will give our reply to the Governor by 8.30 pm on Tuesday night.
On the other hand, NCP spokesman Nawab Malik said that even after 18 days of the results, the government has not been able to form a government in the state. He said that after talking to the Congress, we will take a decision on government formation on Tuesday. The party leader said that this will also be discussed with Sonia Gandhi. In Maharashtra, BJP and Shiv Sena have failed to give the support letters of MLAs to the Governor, while BJP has already refused to form the government due to the strength of numbers.
Governor gave a shock to Shiv Sena
The Shiv Sena, which was trying to form the government, suffered a setback when the governor refused to give it more time. After meeting the Governor, Shiv Sena leader Aditya Thackeray said that we told the Governor that Shiv Sena is ready to form the government. He said that we had sought 2 days time from the Governor but he has refused to give it. Thackeray said that Shiv Sena’s talks with other parties are going on, but it is taking time to get his letter, so we should be given time, although the governor refused to give time to Shiv Sena.