Amid the continuing tussle with its ally Shiv Sena over the government formation in Maharashtra, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in New Delhi on Monday. Fadnavis had arrived in Delhi Monday morning to meet Shah, get together insiders mentioned. The assembly was held at Shah’s residence. Following his meet with Shah, Fadnavis mentioned he doesn’t need to comment on the government formation in Maharashtra.
“I don’t want to comment on anything anyone is saying on new Govt formation. All I want to say is that the new Govt will be formed soon, I am confident,” Fadnavis mentioned.
The BJP had gained 105 seats in the Assembly polls, outcomes of which have been declared on October 24, whereas the Sena received 56.
However, the 2 events, which fought the polls in an alliance, have gotten caught in a stalemate over the chief minister’s submit, with the Sena demanding equal division of the highest submit’s tenure and the BJP rejecting it.
Earlier, sources had mentioned that the assembly between Fadnavis and Shah might be to focus on assist from the National Disaster Relief Fund (NDRF) to farmers affected by unseasonal rains throughout the state.
Incidentally, earlier in the day, the Sena’s Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Raut had raised the “mysterious silence” of Shah, who heads the BJP, on the impasse over the formation of a government.
The time period of the present Maharashtra Legislative Assembly ends on November 9.