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'Ab Haarna Aur Darna Manaa Hai': Sanjay Raut On Govt Formation In Maharashtra

Raut also said Amit Shah maybe "kept away" PM Modi from the decision taken over seat-sharing, resulting in the political stalemate.

'Ab Haarna Aur Darna Manaa Hai': Sanjay Raut On Govt Formation In Maharashtra
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'Ab Haarna Aur Darna Manaa Hai': Sanjay Raut On Govt Formation In Maharashtra
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2019-11-14T13:20:07+0530

Amid the Shiv Sena's efforts to form government in Maharashtra with the support of the NCP and Congress, senior Sena leader Sanjay Raut on Thursday posted a message on Twitter to assert that they would neither get defeated nor be afraid.

"Ab haarna aur darna manaa hai..," the Rajya Sabha member and Sena's spokesman tweeted, a day after he was discharged from the city-based Lilavati Hospital, where he underwent an angioplasty procedure on Monday.

Raut also said on Thursday said that had BJP president Amit Shah informed Prime Minister Narendra Modi about the "50:50" seat-sharing formula "in time", Maharashtra would not have been facing the current political impasse.

Raut wondered if Modi was "kept away" by top BJP leaders from the decision taken over seat-sharing.

"Had Shah informed Prime Minister Narendra Modi about this decision of '50:50 formula'
in time, we would not have been facing this situation today," he said.

Raut on Wednesday also posted a message on Twitter to indicate tough path ahead for his party in its efforts to form government in Maharashtra with the Congress and NCP, which were its ideological rivals till recently.

After the Assembly poll results in Maharashtra were declared on October 24, Raut led the Sena's charge to seek an equal share in power with the BJP, leading to falling apart of the nearly three-decade-old saffron alliance.

The Shiv Sena, which espouses the Hindutva ideology, is trying to find a common ground with the Congress and NCP in its attempt to cobble-up a government in Maharashtra, which is under President's rule since Tuesday.

Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Wednesday met Maharashtra Congress leaders Ashok Chavan, Balasaheb Thorat and Manikrao Thakare and later said talks were going on in the right direction.

(PTI)

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