Mumbai: Assembly elections are due in three states including Maharashtra by the end of this year. All the political parties of the state are busy finalizing their preparations for this election. The main contest in the state is between the ruling BJP-Shiv Sena alliance and the opposition Congress-NCP alliance. Both the alliances are entangled over seat-sharing. The Congress and NCP have been in power in the state for fifteen years. The last election was fought separately by both parties.
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The Congress wants to oust the BJP this time again in alliance with the NCP. For this purpose, a meeting between Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi and NCP leader Sharad Pawar was held in Delhi on Tuesday. According to the news, Sharad Pawar and Sonia Gandhi want to seal the seat-sharing last, so this meeting was held. It is likely that there will be more meetings for this next week. Significantly, this meeting was scheduled to be held in October, but it was decided on Tuesday itself.
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Sharad Pawar was the Congress leader earlier. While in Congress, he has also been the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. Apart from this, he has also held the responsibility of the Ministry of Defense and Ministry of Agriculture. In his 50-year career, he has played an important role in the politics of Maharashtra. He questioned the citizenship of Sonia Gandhi, the interim president of the Congress, after which the party expelled him. After this, he himself formed his own party and then partnered with the Congress in 2004 till 2014 to participate in state power.
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