Maha assembly polls: Modi, Shah want BJP-Sena alliance to continue

Maha: BJP-Sena deadlock continues
Mumbai, Sept 22: As the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance seems to be heading for a rocky road, Maharashtra BJP leaders urged PM Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah to take a decision on whether the party must contest the Maharashtra assembly elections alone or not.

However on Monday morning reports suggested that both Modi and Shah were not in favour of the party breaking alliance with Sena and contesting the assembly elections alone.

Shiv Sena had on Sunday said that they would wait till Monday afternoon for BJP's response and even hinted that if there was no solution to this they would contest all the 288 seats in the assembly elections alone.

Shiv Sena has offered BJP 115 seats in the upcoming assembly elections. Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray said that he was given the responsibility to take a decision for his party and he would do it with complete responsibility.

"We are making the last effort to save the allaince," he said.

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