Mumbai: The BJP on Sunday introduced that it will not kind authorities in Maharashtra in view of the ally Shiv Sena’s stand to not be part of them within the efforts.
Saying the BJP’s resolution, Maharashtra BJP president Chandrakant Patil accused the Uddhav Thackeray-led celebration, which is adamant on its demand for a rotational chief ministership, of “disrespecting” the favored mandate secured by the BJP and the Sena in latest meeting polls.
“The mandate of the people of Maharashtra was for the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance. Sena has, however, disrespected the mandate, hence we have decided to not stake claim to form government. We have informed our decision to governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari,” Patil informed reporters outdoors Raj Bhavan.
He wished “good luck” to the Sena if it needed to kind the federal government with the assistance of opposition Congress and NCP.
The BJP and the Sena had collectively received 161 seats within the 288-member Home, means above the midway mark of 145.