Mumbai, Jan. 21 -- Former chief minister (CM) and senior Congress leader, Prithviraj Chavan has ruffled up feathers in political circles with revelations that the Shiv Sena had approached him to form a three-party government in 2014 after the Assembly polls but he had allegedly turned down the proposal.

Chavan's statement led Sena and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) to deny any such proposal was discussed five years ago.

The Congress leader on Sunday said that immediately after the 2014 Assembly polls, the Shiv Sena had approached him to join hands to form a three-party government with the Congress and NCP. Sena had won 63 seats while Congress and NCP had 42 and 41 MLAs each. "Since the combined tally of the three parties was reaching th...