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Home Minister Amit Shah speaks for the first time on the Maharashtra political crisis; says the Opposition’s charge of not being given enough time not right as they got 18 days, whosoever has the numbers can approach the governor; declines Shiv Sena’s 50:50 formula; Congress, NCP and Shiv Sena hold several meetings in the state.

Amid power tussle in Maharashtra, BJP President Amit Shah slammed estrange ally Shiv Sena over new demand of chief ministerial post. Speaking on collapse of alliance with Shiv Sena, he said that during assembly campaign PM Modi and he himself said many a times that Devendra Fadnavis will be the CM if the alliance secured majority.

Over the Maharashtra governor’s role in recommending President rule in the state, Amit Shah said that no party was denied chance to form the government.

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