The Shiv Sena MLAs on Thursday approved party Chief Uddhav Thackeray to take a “final decision” on Government formation in Maharashtra. Thackeray chaired an assembly of all party MLAs at his home ‘Matoshree’ in rural Bandra, where the administrators moreover emphasized equal sharing of posts and obligations concurred upon before the Lok Sabha surveys ought to be actualized. “The Sena MLAs passed a resolution authorising Uddhavji to take a final decision regarding government formation,” party legislator Shambhuraje Desai told media after the assembly finished.
Whereas the Shiv Sena has been demanding on sharing the Chief Minister’s post, the BJP has rejected it. Both the parties are bolted in a battle over the issue of the Chief Minister’s Post, coming about in a deadlock in Government Formation in spite of the results come about of the October 24 Assembly polls giving the collusion a combined seat strength of 161, way past the 145 majority mark within the 288-member House.
Desai denied that the Sena lawmakers will be moved to lodging in South Mumbai amid in the fear of exchanging sides. The Shiv Sena has been keeping up that in February this year, before the Lok Sabha surveys, it was chosen that there will be equal sharing of posts and obligations between the party and the BJP.