Maharashtra: The political uproar in Maharashtra is going on for the past one month which is no less than a drama. Where now, the picture of forming a government in Maharashtra is gradually becoming clear. In Maharashtra, Shiv Sena-Congress and NCP are forming a government alliance. All the three parties had stamped for the post of CM. Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on November 28 will take oath as Chief Minister. Meanwhile, there is news that former Congress President Rahul Gandhi will not attend the swearing-in ceremony of the formation of new government.
Even though in the past, when there were talks of forming an alliance government of Congress with Shiv Sena, at that time Rahul Gandhi kept distance from this alliance. Not only this, the Kerala unit of Congress also objected to form an alliance government with Shiv Sena. In such a situation, the news of disagreement, staying away from the swearing-in ceremony is definitely reinforced.
Shiv Sena invited Big Leaders Significantly, it was being said on behalf of Shiv Sena that big leaders of all the three parties will be called in the swearing-in, although Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Maharashtra has not been confirmed so far. On the other hand, there is news that Sharad Pawar himself will invite interim President of Congress, Sonia Gandhi to take oath.