Congress-NCP to hold talks in Delhi about Maharashtra government formation

Maharashtra: Congress and NCP leaders will meet in Delhi on Wednesday to discuss the formation of the government in Maharashtra. Ahmed Patel and NCP chief Sharad Pawar will be present in this.

It has also come to light that Ahmed Patel, Venugopal, Mallikarjun Kharge, AK Antony and former Maharashtra Chief Minister Ashok Chavan will meet Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi. Meanwhile, NCP chief Sharad Pawar may meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday. Pawar can ask Modi for a special package for the farmers of the state.

Sonia also held discussions with senior leaders of the party, including Kharge-Antony on Tuesday. After this, it was said that Congress and NCP will hold further meetings on the minimum common programme for government formation in Maharashtra.

Tomorrow the situation will become clear regarding formation of govt: Raut: Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut said on Wednesday, “By Thursday the situation will be cleared regarding government formation.” A new government will be formed in the state in December.

He once again accused the BJP that the BJP, the largest party in the state, was not able to give a stable government. Therefore, it is the responsibility of other parties to give a stable government in the state.

When asked about the meeting between Sharad Pawar and Prime Minister Modi, Raut said – If a leader meets the PM, does the khichdi cook? If Uddhav Thackeray meets Modi tomorrow on the issue of farmers, does khichdi get cooked? Sharad Pawar is a knowledgeable person in the agriculture sector, we had requested him 2 days ago to present the problems of farmers in the state before PM Modi.

Uddhav calls MLAs at Matoshree: Shiv Sena MLA Abdul Sattar told a TV channel that Uddhav Thackeray has summoned all the MLAs to Matoshree on November 22 with an Aadhaar card. If sources are to be believed, all the MLAs have been asked to bring clothes for five days.

Amit Shah to present report on President’s rule in Maharashtra in Parliament on Wednesday: Union Home Minister Amit Shah is likely to present a report in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday about President’s rule in Maharashtra. On 12 November, President’s rule was imposed in the state.