BJP-Shiv Sena to contest upcoming assembly polls together according to CM Fadnavis

Speaking on the seat-sharing issue between allied parties, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that the same will be resolved in the next 15 days

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During the induction event carried out by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Wednesday restated that Shiv Sena and BJP will contest the upcoming state assembly elections together.

Earlier in 2014, the ruling parties formed post-alliance after the assembly elections. However, with CM Fadnavis clarifying the situation, Shiv Sena and BJP intend to contest 2019 assembly polls together.

While addressing the gathering, CM Fadnavis asserted that BJP, Shiv Sena and other allied parties will break the record of winning maximum seats in Maharashtra assembly polls. 

There are some speculations which suggest that BJP will contest the state assembly elections solo. We will contest with Shiv Sena. Our alliance with Shiv Sena and other allies is final. We will come back to power with a huge mandate,” Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.

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Speaking about the seat-sharing issue between allied parties, CM Fadnavis said that the same will be resolved in the next 15 days. Of the 288 assembly seats in Maharashtra, the alliance aims to win on maximum 220 seats in the upcoming state assembly polls.  

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