Seat-sharing Needs to be Worked Out with Shiv Sena for Upcoming Polls in Maharashtra, Says BJP
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Seat-sharing Needs to be Worked Out with Shiv Sena for Upcoming Polls in Maharashtra, Says BJP

By News18 calender  25-Aug-2019

Seat-sharing Needs to be Worked Out with Shiv Sena for Upcoming Polls in Maharashtra, Says BJP

Maharashtra BJP president Chandrakant Patil on Saturday said a seat-sharing agreement between his party and ally Shiv Sena will have to be "worked out" for the upcoming assembly polls as the current situation leaves very few seats for new entrants.
He was responding to a query on whether the two parties would contest 135 seats each and leave 18 seats for smaller allies in the polls for the 288-member Maharashtra Assembly.
During a joint press conference addressed by BJP chief Amit Shah and Sena president Uddhav Thackeray in February this year, the two parties had said they would contest "an equal number of seats" and leave the remaining for other parties in the ruling alliance.

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