The Hush Post| 8:34 pm |one-minute-read|
Shiv Sena, Congress and NCP have finalised the draft of the Common Minimum Programme after consultations in the last two days to form a government in Maharashtra.
According to sources, the joint CMP to feature issues like farm loan waiver, review of crop insurance scheme, increasing MSP, unemployment, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj and BR Ambedkar memorial among other things.
This draft programme will now be sent to the party president of all the three parties for a final approval.
Once it is approved, the three parties are likely to present their claim to power in front of Maharashtra Governor BS Koshyari.
Maharashtra is currently under the President’s Rule as the parties have failed to form a government in the state even after 20 days after the results were announced to the state assembly in which BJP had the highest number of seats in the assembly of 288 members. However, they could not muster the majority figure of 145.