The seat-sharing between BJP and Shiv Sena for Maharashtra Assembly Elections yet standstill. Reportedly, Shiv Sena has sent another proposal to BJP on Tuesday offering 130 seats for the Centre’s ruling party. Shivsena wants to contest on 151 and the remaining of the 288 seats will be left for the small allies.
The other smaller allies are Republican Party of India (Athawale), Rashtriya Samaj Paksh, Swabhimani Shetkari Paksh and Shiv Sangram.
The proposal also stressed on the demand to elect Uddhav Thackeray as the chief minister of the state if the alliance comes to power.
Earlier on Tuesday, both the parties had stressed to continue the alliance.
The deadlock also continued in the state between the other major alliance of NCP-Congress. No final decision has been taken yet by any party.