"BJP and PDP are working on some solutions and the change will be seen soon".
While a host of BJP and Sena leaders were present at the Thackeray home, none of them were part of the meeting.
As the war between Shiv Sena and BJP has intensified after the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) elections this February, the opposition is leaving no stone unturned to make the most of the situation.
In the past two presidential polls, Sena broke ranks with NDA and backed Congress' Pranab Mukherjee and Pratibha Patil. The BJP takes Sena's suggestion of Bhagwat's name for Presidential election as "mischievous" with the intention to provoke the ruling party at the Centre.
Not only the Opposition; Shiv Sena, an ally of the NDA, also alleged that Kovind's name was not discussed with the allies. When we asked on whom they want to build consensus, they had no answer then. Then there will not be any scope for discussion. If they (BJP) had a problem with that, we wanted (eminent agriculturist) M S Swaminathan.
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Leaders from both the parties confirmed that Shah didn't give out any names or probable Presidential candidates. "But instead of mid-term poll results, we are anxious about what will happen in Kashmir and in violence-hit Darjeeling", the Sena said in an editorial in party mouthpiece Saamana.
Mumbai: Hardening his stance toward BJP, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray said that he was ready for mid-term assembly elections in Maharashtra anytime.
"These (BJP/Parivar) people should focus their attention there and think of how you will win the war in J&K, and ensure that the sacrifices of our soldiers don't go in vain".
Speaking about the recent farm loan waiver announced by the Maharashtra government, Shah said, "Through it we are offering relief to the farmers". He said that the transformation of Mumbai is taking place rapidly due to Central governments involvement and also expressed confidence take the city to next level in infrastructure and GDP growth within next 5 years.
"The NPAs that are largely talked about are the ones we have inherited from the previous government".