Will Shivsena go with BJP if It gets CM post for five years?

Mumbai, 13/6 (AO Bureau): Ever since the Chief Minister of Maharashtra Uddhav Thackeray met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the market of rumors is hot. Meanwhile, a statement by Union Minister Ramdas Athawale gave further fuel to the rumors that it was being said that a big reshuffle could be seen in Maharashtra politics very soon.
Let us tell you that Ramdas Athawale had surprised everyone by saying that Shiv Sena and BJP can share the post of Chief Minister for two and a half years and BJP and Shiv Sena may soon have an alliance in Maharashtra. After this statement of Ramdas Athawale, now Sanjay Raut has given a statement saying that Shiv Sena has been given the post of CM in Maharashtra for five years. There is no hope of change in this.
Sanjay Raut has discussed this whole issue in detail in his ‘Rokhthok’ column written in Shiv Sena mouthpiece ‘Saamana’. Through the article published in Saamana, it has been said that the promise of the post of Chief Minister has been given to Shiv Sena for five years. As of now, there is no such possibility that there is any possibility of change being said. It has been told in the article that the BJP had promised to give the post of Chief Minister to Shiv Sena before the elections but later it did not comply. After this pain, Shiv Sena formed the new government.
Sanjay Raut wrote that the chances of getting assurance from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray for the post of Chief Minister are negligible. The biggest reason for this is that there was a dispute between the two parties regarding the CM’s chair. The kind of speculations being made after the meeting of the two leaders are completely secondary. There is excellent coordination between the present government in Maharashtra. Congress-NCP leaders do not interfere in the work of CM Uddhav Thackeray. The Chief Minister takes all his decisions himself. Even if this system gets scratched, nothing like this will happen.

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