Thursday, December 12, 2019

Maharashtra Portfolios: Sena Gets Home, NCP Finance, Congress Revenue

Shiv Sena-NCP-Congress coalition government in Maharashtra eventually arrived at an agreement on portfolio supply. The Shiv Sena - of that Mr Thackeray is your chief - will find the House and Urban Development portfolios as part of this agreement while Finance and Housing will visit the Sharad Pawar-led NCP. The Congress will find the Revenue portfolio.
"This really is temporary since the Cupboard expansion isn't yet done that will occur after the meeting session. Therefore don't read much into the feasibility today since this is done bearing in mind that the Winter Session. But before that we've started working and have been taking conclusions anyhow," NCP's Jayant Patil state

The Shiv Sena's Eknath Shinde was The Public Works Department (PWD), another coveted portfolio which was anticipated to cause some friction at the alliance, has gone into the Shiv Sena.

Besides Finance and


Majority from the November assembly elections, but fractures started emerging at the alliance following Uddhav Thackeray refused to play second fiddle and required rotational chief ministership. The Shiv Sena walked from the 30-year-old alliance following the BJP refused to budge, joining hands with the Congress and the NCP.
Following a period of feverish political Action during the BJP's Devendra Fadnavis declared in as the Chief Minister and resigned days afterwards, 59-year-old Uddhav Thackeray eventually took oath and six ministers at a star-studded ceremony in Mumbai's Shivaji Park on November 28. On the other hand, the question of portfolio allocation continued to hang ominously within the alliance.

NCP Chief Ajit Pawar had fulfilled Uddhav Thackeray on Tuesday evening to finalise the power-sharing arrangement between the three parties.


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