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BJP-Shiv Sena must choose their path and we will do our politics: Sharad Pawar remains non-committal on Shiv Sena alliance

Pawar on Friday had said that the process to form new government in Maharashtra has begun and it will complete its full term of 5 years.

As Maharashtra deadlock enters its fourth week, NCP’s Sharad Pawar who has reached New Delhi ahead of his scheduled meeting with Congress interim President Sonia Gandhi over government formation in the state continues to remain non-committal over forging alliance with Shiv Sena.

The two are scheduled to meet at 4 PM.


Speaking to media, he said, “BJP-Shiv Sena fought together, we (NCP) and Congress fought together. They have to choose their path and we will do our politics.”

Shiv Sena, however, is still sure of being part of the government in Maharashtra along with NCP and Shiv Sena.

As per reports, after the core committee meeting of the NCP leaders, NCP’s Nawaz Malik said that the party leaders have decided that the President’s rule should end in Maharashtra and that an alternate government should be formed. Sharad Pawar and Sonia Gandhi will discuss the possibilities and feasibility of forging an alliance with Shiv Sena which has been their ideological opponent.

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Pawar on Friday had said that the process to form new government in Maharashtra has begun and it will complete its full term of 5 years. Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge had also said that Pawar will meet with Sonia Gandhi and decide the future course of action in Maharashtra.

NCP till now has remained non-committal in forging alliance with Shiv Sena.

Meanwhile, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray has cancelled his trip to Ayodhya he had announced following Ram Janmabhoomi verdict.

 

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