Mumbai, July 28
Senior BJP chief Chandrakant Patil on Tuesday appeared reaching out to the estranged ally Shiv Sena, a day after the celebration president JP Nadda requested state cadre to endeavour to kind a authorities in Maharashtra by itself energy.
Patil additionally mentioned the BJP, being a nationwide celebration, couldn’t share the put up of Chief Minister with any regional celebration as a result of if it does so then it must replicate the identical method in states like Bihar and Haryana.
“If the BJP’s parliamentary body recommends the state unit to forge an alliance with the Shiv Sena to protect the interest of the state…I must make one point clear that even if both the parties (the BJP and the Sena) come together, we will not contest any election jointly in future,” Patil, who heads the state BJP unit, instructed a Marathi information channel.
The BJP and its previous ally Sena fell out over sharing the put up of Chief Minister in Maharashtra after the 2019 Assembly elections.
The Sena then went on to affix arms with the NCP and the Congress to kind the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) authorities with Uddhav Thackeray as chief minister.
Patil appeared to underline the compulsions of the BJP vis-a-vis sharing the put up of Chief Minister.
“We had been liberal with the Shiv Sena in the last five years. We were even ready to share more portfolios after the 2019 Assembly polls, but the BJP, being a national party, can’t share the post of CM with any regional party. If we do so, we will have to replicate the same formula in states like Bihar, Haryana and others,” he mentioned.
The BJP shares energy with regional allies in these states.
In a digital deal with from Delhi, Nadda on Monday instructed the celebration employees from Maharashtra to get able to “bring the party to power on its own” within the state.
He had additionally requested the Maharashtra celebration unit to strengthen its IT cell and expose the Uddhav Thackeray-led state authorities’s “failure”. PTI