After months of bitterness, the BJP has mollified its NDA partner Shiv Sena and has struck a grand saffron alliance in Maharashtra before the 2019 general elections, according to sources. Both parties will contest from an equal number of seats. The alliance may leave a small window for small partners like Ramdas Athavale’s Republican Party of India.
Last time, the BJP fought from 24 seats and Sena from 20. NDA swept the Maharashtra Lok Sabha elections 2014 getting 46 out of 48 seats.
Sources told MyNation that the BJP agreed to an equal seat-sharing arrangement because it did not want Sena to play spoilsport and sabotage its candidate. The move will also allay Sena’s grouse that the BJP treats it shabbily and plans to finish its ally in Maharashtra.
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