Writing in the party mouth-piece ‘Saamna’, Mr. Thackeray said said, “For this, all parties must give up the lust for more seats. To say we will stay in the coalition only if we get so many seats is not right”.
“Remember, excessive lust leads to divorce. We all want a change of regime. Even if someone has got fewer seats to contest, then too, they will get a proper share in government. But for that, one needs to come to power first,” he added.
After packing a landslide victory in the general elections, Shiv Sena-BJP alliance has been processing the tense-talks over sharing seats.
BJP won 23 while Sena won 18 out of 48 seats in the state. Congress-NCP alliance managed to win only 6 seats.