The consensus between BJP and Shiv Sena did not reach to a conclusion and it reflected in today's Maharashtra Assembly. On the first day of Assembly sessions, Shiv Sena sat in the opposition chairs which indicated that it won't compromise on its demands to extend their support to the BJP in the government. Also BJP crowing Sena's rebel MP is one of the reason.
Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis will have to pass a floor test during the special three-day session to prove the majority of the BJP government in the state, however BJP looks quite relaxed as they are hoping an outside support from the Nationalist Congress Party [NCP]. Sena's chief Uddhav Thackeray has clarified that it won't support BJP if at all they take NCP's help.
Uddhav Thackeray also said, his party would re-think of continuing in the NDA government if things run out of hands. BJP has 121 MLAs in the 288 Assembly while Sena has 63 MLAs. There are about 19 Independent MLAs but it won't be enough to seeks the trust vote as BJP will be falling short of 4 MLAs.