The Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah on Wednesdaysaid that the government could not be formed with the Shiv Sena in Maharashtraas Uddhav Thackeray-led party has put a condition that was not acceptable tohis party. He further maintained that BJP has not betrayed the mandate ofMaharashtra assembly elections.
"We were ready to form the government with the ShivSena. But there were certain things of Shiv Sena we could not have agreed. Wefought the elections in an alliance. We cannot form the government on our ownas we have 105 seats," Shah said while speaking to ANI.
Rejecting the criticism by the opposition, Shah said anyone can approach Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari if they have a majority to form the government. "As far as giving opportunity is concerned, I can tell that they have the opportunity today also. They can come together and go to the Governor now if they have the numbers," the Home Minister was quoted as saying by ANI.