The political commotion has intensified hours before the deadline to form the government in Maharashtra . On one hand, Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray has shifted the MLAs to the hotel after the meeting, while the BJP leaders have also met the Governor. The next few hours may be important for the formation of government in the state. Meanwhile, Shiv Sena MLAs had an important meeting with Uddhav Thackeray at 'Matoshri', the residence of the Thackeray family. After the meeting, Shiv Sena MLAs have been shifted to Rang Sharda Hotel. The party says that its MLAs can be traded. The party has expressed this apprehension in its mouthpiece Saamana.
After meeting the governor, BJP state president Chandrakant Patil once again reiterated the need to form a coalition government. He said, 'In this election, the people of Maharashtra have given a clear mandate to the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance which has run the government for the last 5 years. The government should have formed by now on the basis of that mandate, it is the wish of all citizens. Time is going into that, in such a situation, we met the Governor to discuss it legally. We made them aware of the state of the state.
Shiv Sena fears breaking MLAs
A sign of how conscious Shiv Sena is about the MLAs was found in a meeting with Uddhav Thackeray. Shiv Sena MLAs were instructed to switch off the phones and were deposited outside their mobile meeting hall. According to our affiliate news channel Times Now, in the Sena meeting, all the MLAs said that 50-50 formula should be retained. All the MLAs have also strongly supported the demand for the party's CM post.