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Is Maharashtra heading towards Presidents' Rule?

In Maharashtra, hectic political activities are on to form a new government in the state. The term of the outgoing assembly expires on Saturday. In the 288 member assembly, BJP has emerged as the single-largest party with 105 seats while its partner Shiv Sena has 56 seats. The two parties are making all out efforts to form the new government. BJP is insisting on Chief Ministership being the single largest party, while Shiv Sena is aspiring for 50:50 arrangement to share the top position in the state.  The Shiv Sena  has accused the BJP  of creating ‘instability’ in Maharashtra, which remains without a government even after 15 days of the assembly results being announced. Shiv Sena continues to remain adamant over its demand for rotational CM for Maharashtra. The BJP, however, have said that CM Devendra Fadnavis will continue to remain the chief minister for the second term. As both sides refusing to budge down, the deadline for the expiry of the tenure of the previous government has arrived. The coming hours are crucial for both BJP and Shiv Sena as the allies have to reach an agreement by tonight. Experts said that it seems that the   state is heading towards Presidents Rule and as soon as the centre receives the Governors report the govt likely to impose the Presidents' rule in Maharashtra.


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