Delhi throne failed to bend Maharashtra: Nawab Malik

Nawab Malik took to Twitter and said that NCP chief Sharad Pawar has “outplayed the so-called Chanakya of India Politics”

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As the three political parties in Maharashtra come closer to forming a government in Maharashtra, Mumbai Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) President Nawab Malik on Friday took a dig at Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah saying that the Delhi throne failed to bend Maharashtra.

Malik took to Twitter and said that NCP chief Sharad Pawar has “outplayed the so-called Chanakya of India Politics”. Malik’s remarks come after the Congress and NCP finalised on the issue related to government formation among themselves.

Finally, Sharad Pawar outplayed the so-called Chanakya of Indian Politics. Delhi Throne failed to make Maharashtra bow down before it. Jai Maharashtra,” NCP spokesperson Nawab Malik tweeted.

On Thursday, NCP and Congress leaders ended their meetings in Delhi and announced unanimity of issues related to government formation.

Senior Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan informed that they will talk to their pre-poll partners followed by a meeting with Shiv Sena in Mumbai and will make inform the media about government formation at an appropriate time.

After the assembly election results in Maharashtra, BJP and Shiv Sena have been at loggerheads over power-sharing and their alliance failed to form the government in Maharashtra.

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As no party was able to form the government in Maharashtra, the President’s rule was imposed on November 12. Post this, Shiv Sena sought support from the NCP and Congress alliance to form the government without BJP. The talk between the three parties are still going on and they are likely to arrive at the decision soon which may finally end the deadlock in Maharasthra. 


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