Shiv Sena wants its CM to chair the power
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India, Nov. 7 -- No matter whatever are the speculations in Maharashtra, it's Shiv Sena that wants its leader to be Chief Minister, they want CM chair to be shared in two tenure, two and half years Sena and two and half years BJP, nothing more or nothing less. Amid the impasse between the saffron allies for the 14th day since the election result, Shiv Sena has remained adamant. Earlier, addressing a press conference, Sena's Sanjay Raut put forth the views of party president Uddhav Thackeray and claimed that the fight is for 'truth and lie.' He further asserted that there was no deadlock from Sena's end.
In 2014, BJP and Shiv Sena fought election without alliance. BJP got 122 seats and Shiv Sena got 73. BJP claimed power as largest party ...
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