BJP and Shiv Sena have been accusing each other for attempting to break off the alliance. Speaking to the media, Maharashtra state president of BJP said that the Shiv Sena has to come up with other proposal as the BJP and other smaller allies are not happy with their earlier proposal.
Shiv Sena’s earlier proposal suggests 151 seeats for itself and 127 for BJP. Shiv Sena suggested 10 seats for others to contest. Anyhow, on Thursday, the sources revealed that Shiv Sena agreed to nominate three more candidates of smaller allies on its symbol.
Swabhimaan Shetkari Sanghatana (SSS), the Shiv Sangram, and the Rashtriya Samaj Paksha (RSP) are the three smaller allies that openly disagreed upon the earlier proposal of Shiv Sena.