Amid the continued energy tussle in Maharashtra, the Shiv Sena, Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leaders held hectic parleys to finalise the federal government formation after President’s rule was imposed within the state. The Shiv Sena will reportedly get a full-term chief minister in a potential coalition authorities with the NCP and the Congress. However, the Congress and the NCP will get to nominate one deputy CM every from their ranks. The Shiv Sena, the NCP and the Congress will get 14, 14, and 12 ministers, respectively, stories India Today.
Meanwhile, NCP chief Nawab Malik has stated the social gathering has agreed to a Shiv Sena chief minister in Maharashtra. On Thursday (November 14), the three potential allies held conferences to work out a Common Minimum Programme (CMP), which will focus on farmer and youth points.
President’s rule imposed in Maharashtra
On November 12, President’s rule was imposed in Maharashtra after President Ram Nath Kovind authorized President’s rule within the state after political events — BJP, Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress — didn’t stake declare to kind the federal government. Article 356, which is often often called President’s rule, offers with ‘failure of constitutional equipment within the state’. The Union Cabinet had additionally advisable President’s rule in Maharashtra the place no political social gathering has been capable of kind a authorities after the Assembly polls final month.