Amid geographic region impasse, Fadnavis meets RSS chief Bhagwat in Nagpur

Mumbai: The reckoning for presidency formation in geographic region has begun. Amid the stand-off with the ally knife Sena over government formation, geographic region Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis flew to Nagpur on weekday night and met RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat.

RSS functionaries in Nagpur were tight-lipped regarding what transpired at the meeting, tho’ it’s being speculated that the meeting was regarding the political impasse within the state once the Oct twenty one Assembly elections.

In a private meeting with Fadnavis on weekday, Bhagwat was aforementioned to own urged to the caretaker chief minister that he should finish the stalemate shortly and stake claim to make a stable government before the decision within the Ayodhya case, that is anticipated during a few days, reportable News18.

After a gathering on weekday evening at the Chief Minister’s house, senior leader and state minister Sudhir Mungantiwar hinted at a potential breakthrough, locution “good news” was expected any moment.

Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut, however, aforementioned his party determined on a written assurance from the BJP over power sharing, together with rotating CM’s post for two.5 years. once the state Assembly elections were declared, the BJP and therefore the knife Sena ar engaged at a standoff over the latter’s demand for a 50-50 power share, which implies 0.5 the ministerial berths and a movement system for the Chief Minister’s post.

According to a NDTV report, the BJP aforementioned its door was “open twenty four hours” to debate a formula with the knife Sena.

On Tuesday, a knife Sena leader Kishore Tiwari wrote to RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat, asking him to intervene and resolve the impasse, since the BJP wasn’t following “coalition dharma”. He even urged that senior BJP leader and Union minister Nitin Gadkari ought to be created a neighborhood of the negotiations.(FA9NEWS)

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