As Shiv Sena, National Congress Party and Congress continue to come to a decision around finalising a common minimum programme before a possible government formation in Maharashtra, Sanjay Raut, Shiv Sena’s chief spokesperson, told reporters in Mumbai on Friday, November 11, that the party hopes to have its CM for the next 25 years.
“We want a Shiv Sena CM for the next 25years. Why should we think of just 5 years? We are here in Maharashtra and we will always be with the state,” Raut said in an early morning presser.
“We have been in state politics since 50 years and will be in power now. Whether there are two parties or 25, the government will work as per the common minimum programme only. Parties which are with us now have good experience of governing the state and this will be good for Maharashtra,” Raut said.