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Shiv Sena, NCP and Congress to Form Maharashtra Government:- After a huge high drama in Maharashtra, three parties Shiv Sena, Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) are all set to join hands to form an alliance. With no party proving their strength, the Governor referred to President's rule in the state. All the parties are now ready to join hands and they would meet once again on Saturday and Sunday to discuss about the alliance. After this, NCP Chief Sharad Pawar will meet Congress President Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi on Sunday. There are talks that Shiv Sena will take over the Chief Minister's chair in the state and will head the alliance.
BJP has been watching the game after the leading party rejecting forming the government with the support of any other party. The crucial leaders of Congress, NCP and Shiv Sena will meet the Governor today. Both NCP and Congress decided to offer the Chief Minister's chair to Shiv Sena said Nawab Malik, the official spokesperson of NCP. Sharad Pawar said that the formed government will continue for five years. On the whole, the high tension in Maharashtra politics will come to an end in the next couple of days.