Union Cabinet: President’s Rule should be implemented in Maharashtra

Aditya Thackeray

As Shiv Sena fails to form a government in Maharashtra after the 24 hours deadline got lapsed which was given by the governor, Union Cabinet has proposed to express Presidential rule in the state. BJP- Shiv Sena had a fallout over distribution of power and departments, BJP took a stand of not sharing the Chief Ministership on 50-50 basis as they have 105 seats (highest by a single party) as opposed to Shiv Sena with just 56 seats.

BJP had already informed the governor that they do not have the majority or even sufficient seats to form a government, as to form a government, a party or the alliance should have at least 145 seats our of 288 seats.  

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BJP and Shiv Sena had an alliance earlier and this time as well they fought the elections as an alliance for the Maharashtra’s Assembly Elections 2019 that were on 21st of October 2019. As the results came out of the 24th of the same month, Shiv Sena asked BJP to share the post of Chief Minister.

Twitter is filled with #TumSeNaHoPayega as Shiv Sena makes a mockery out of themselves, broke their ties with BJP and could not come to an agreement with NCP-Congress to form a government.



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