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ShivSena, NCP, and Congress Stake Claim to Form Government in Maharashtra

NCP, ShivSena, and Congress submitted the letter of having majority to form Government to the Governor’s office

MUMBAI| On Monday morning the leaders of the three-parties NCP, ShivSena, and Congress submitted the letter of having majority of the seats to hold the Chief Minister post in Assembly, to the Governor’s office. On Behalf of Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari, the letter was received by his office.

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The three parties have claimed the support of enough MLAs for a majority in the 288 member Maharashtra assembly.

The letter states that ‘Devendra Fadnavis who took oath to be the Chief Minister of Maharashtra fails to prove the majority. until now he has not proved the majority number on which he can stake claim to be the CM of Maharashtra. In this, ShivSena stake to have a majority and claims to form Government as we have a majority to prove. Along with NCP-Congress, and with Independent MLA’s joining the list of the name we can form government so please allow us to do so’.

The development happens after two days when Devendra Fadnavis and Ajit Pawar on Saturday early morning took oath as the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra which shocked the whole state.

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