Mumbai: As the deadline of November 9 for government formation in Maharashtra approaching, the Shiv Sena has dared BJP to prove its majority.
The stern warning has come from the Sena which is not willing to settle for anything less than the Chief Minster’s post for two and half years in turn.
Addressing a presser, senior Sena leader Sanjay Raut challenged the BJP to prove majority. Raut further said that President Rule is against the mandate.
Sena Chief Uddhav Thackeray has clearly told the BJP to call him only if it is ready to give the CM post. All the 56 newly-elected MLAs were shifted to a sea-facing hotel in suburban Bandra to ensure that they are not poached.
Shiv Sena is putting all its weight behind its demand of making Aaditya Thackeray, who won from Worli seat, as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra.