No new proposal from Sena, BJP says on seat-sharing row
The BJP on Saturday said it hasn’t received any new proposal on seat sharing from Shiv Sena for the October 15 Maharashtra assembly polls as its state unit prepared to put the list of candidates before the central parliamentary board in Delhi on Sunday.
“We have not received any proposal (on seat sharing) from Shiv Sena,” state BJP poll in-charge Om Mathur told reporters in Mumbai on Saturday after a meeting of the party’s state core committee at leader of opposition Eknath Khadse’s official residence.
“We will submit list of our candidates at the BJP parliamentary board meeting in Delhi tomorrow (Sunday),” Mathur said.
“We discussed our seats. We are discussing on seats wherever discussions are needed,” he said.
Asked about Uddhav Thackeray’s remarks that the Sena had sent its proposal on seat sharing to BJP, Mathur said, “We have not received any new formula (from Sena).