There seems to be no end to the claims regarding the next government in Maharashtra. As the Congress, NCP and new found ally Shiv Sena discuss government formation, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had added another twist to the drama.
Republican Party of India chief Ramdas Athawale has said that Union Home Minister Amit Shah asked him not to worry about the current political crisis in Maharashtra, and assured him that BJP and Shiv Sena would come together to form the government.
“I told Amit Bhai (BJP President Amit Shah) that if he mediates then a way can be found out to which he (Amit Shah) replied don’t worry, everything will be fine. BJP and Shiv Sena will come together to form the government,” Union Minister Athawale told ANI.
“I think that Shiv Sena should change its stand. Congress is not ready to support the Sena,” he added.
Clearly until a government is formed there will be no end to claims from the political parties.[the_ad id=’22722′