After the assembly election outcome in Maharashtra, on Saturday, the Shiv Sena’s newly elected MLAs met Uddhav Thackeray in Matoshri. It was finalized that Shiv Sena will be the alliance partner of BJP to form the Government in Maharastra on the formula of 50-50 power-sharing.It means BJP will run the Maharastra government 2.5 years and the Shiv Sena also will also run for an another 2.5 years ahead.
|| Neelam Kamal
Shiv Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray urged that we need this assurance in writing from BJP. Significantly, the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance has the absolute majority to form the Maharashtra State government. But who will enter the power corridor shall be decided after Diwali?
Significantly, the results of the 288 seat’s Assembly election in Maharashtra have come. As soon as the result broke, political agitation and calculation to sit on the power chair have intensified.
Home Minister Amit Shah congratulated Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray and said that power will now be negotiated only after Diwali.
On the other hand, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis says that if the Shiv Sena will demand the post of Chief Minister from his party for 2.5 years, then no negotiation and compromise shall be done by BJP with the.
According to an editorial written in Saamna on Friday, it will take time to analyze, why the Shiv Sena-BJP has won fewer seats than in 2014. But it’s loud and clear from the result that people of Maharastra have awarded the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance, a clear mandate with a clean sweep. Even the people of Maharashtra have no such faith in any other party of the state.
On the other hand, in Maharashtra, astonishingly the Congress with no such popular leader and campaign in the state of Maharastra has secured as many as 37 seats.
Isn’t a lesson for both the state and central government?