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Maharashtra: Congress-NCP-Shiv Sena prepares minimum joint program for governance

There are signs of government forming soon in Maharashtra. For the first time two days after President Raj was imposed in the state, leaders of Congress, NCP and Shiv Sena have said in a joint statement that at least joint programs have been discussed between the three parties. The draft of this program will be sent to the top leadership of the parties and if necessary, the chairmen of the three parties will sit face to face and discuss.

The leaders of the three parties met on Thursday. After that, for the first time, the leaders of all three parties held a press conference. Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde said the meeting had discussed at least the joint program, the draft was ready and it would be forwarded to the presidents of all three parties.

Congress leader Prathavi Raj Chauhan said, "Our talks lasted for two days." We cannot disclose what is in the draft right now. In addition, Chhagan Bhojbal from NCP said that issues related to farmers, unemployment, minority, SC, OBC, female autonomy are included in the draft. It may also change as needed.

Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde said, "We have created at least a joint program, so that we are going ahead, in order not to get re-elected." He said that there are Sharad Pawar in Maharashtra, we have honorable leaders in Delhi too, we have Thackeray sir, they will all move forward as soon as possible, it will be decided in the interest of the farmers. " We need this government, not just for us, to give justice to the 12 crore people, from farmers to the unemployed. We are moving in that direction. "

NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal said, "We had this meeting at the behest of our leaders and this meeting was going on for two days. This is the least common program we have planned for the whole class and on this we will move forward. Right now we will send our leaders. Now Maharashtra is stuck in a different state, so it will be our priority to form a government as soon as possible. If need be, all of our senior leaders, Sharad Pawar and the rest, all those people can come together. The three of us come together makes it clear that we will form a government. "

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