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Home / India News / CWC meet at Sonia Gandhi’s residence to discuss political situation in Maharashtra

CWC meet at Sonia Gandhi’s residence to discuss political situation in Maharashtra

This comes a day after BJP’s Maharashtra unit chief Chandrakant Patil said that his party would not form the government in Maharashtra.

india Updated: Nov 11, 2019 10:36 IST
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The Congress party will old a Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting to discuss the political situation in Maharashtra at party president Sonia Gandhi’s residence.
The Congress party will old a Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting to discuss the political situation in Maharashtra at party president Sonia Gandhi’s residence.(Photo: Ajay Aggarwal/ Hindustan Times)

The Congress party will hold a Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting to discuss the political situation in Maharashtra at party’s interim president Sonia Gandhi’s residence in New Delhi on Monday.

Earlier today, senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge said that the meeting will be held at 10 am.

“Today there is a meeting at 10:00 am then we will do whatever the high command will suggest. Our original stand is that we will sit in the opposition as people gave us mandate to sit in the opposition and we will do the same,” Kharge told ANI here.

When questioned about Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi’s recent conversation with Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray, he said: “I do not know anything about Thackeray calling Sonia Gandhi.”

This comes a day after BJP’s Maharashtra unit chief Chandrakant Patil said that his party would not form the government in Maharashtra.

Following the BJP’s announcement, Sena leader Sanjay Raut said that new Chief Minister of Maharashtra will be from his party at any cost.

Meanwhile, Senior Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leader Nawab Malik had said the Shiv Sena will have to sever its all relations with the BJP to get his party’s support in forming the government in the state.

He said that the NCP might support Sena if the party left BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and its party leader Arvind Sawant resigns from the Central Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprise. Following this, Sawant on Monday announced that he will resign from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet.

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) chief Sharad Pawar will also chair his party’s core group meeting which is scheduled to be held today in Mumbai.

The term of state assembly ended on Saturday. The BJP had emerged as the single largest party in the assembly polls winning 105 seats while the Shiv Sena bagged 56 seats.