The writing is on the wall. The never ending rift between BJP-Sana continues to hamper the developmental plans of the ruling party in the state. Sena chief was even contemplating to withdraw party’s only Minister from the Union Government from the beginning. The trend continues to haunt the development of the Maharashtra State. Both the parties are not seeing eye to eye and that causes unnecessary spat between the two parties at various levels. The Assembly poll results titled the scales in favour of BJP as they emerged as the single largest party and Shiv Sena was having no other choice but to join the coalition for the betterment of the State instead of finding fault all the time. The bitter relationship between the allies is taking different twist and turns and Shiv Sena now concentrating on Metro 3 car shed at Aarey Colony. As Sena fail to get any valid reason now they are pinning there hope this face off will gain popularity but the same time this agenda will check the progress of Metro planning and obstruct the developmental plans in a most controversial way.
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