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Cong-NCP agree on govt formation in Maharashtra

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NEW DELHI, Nov 21 - Maharashtra on Thursday appeared headed for a new government with Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan asserting that his party and the NCP have �complete unanimity� on all issues concerning government formation in the state and they will now hold talks with the Shiv Sena to �finalise the architecture of the alliance�.

The discussions will now move to Mumbai where the Congress and NCP will hold deliberations with their other pre-poll allies and then with the Shiv Sena, the former Maharashtra chief minister told reporters after another round of talks between senior leaders of his party and the NCP.

The Congress and NCP had fought against the Sena in the assembly polls.

The national capital this week saw marathon meetings between the Congress and the NCP, including their respective president Sonia Gandhi and Sharad Pawar, to work out a suitable formula and ideological harmony before forging an alliance with the Sena, a party whose core Hindutva ideology is poles apart from the duo�s.

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Cong-NCP agree on govt formation in Maharashtra

NEW DELHI, Nov 21 - Maharashtra on Thursday appeared headed for a new government with Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan asserting that his party and the NCP have �complete unanimity� on all issues concerning government formation in the state and they will now hold talks with the Shiv Sena to �finalise the architecture of the alliance�.

The discussions will now move to Mumbai where the Congress and NCP will hold deliberations with their other pre-poll allies and then with the Shiv Sena, the former Maharashtra chief minister told reporters after another round of talks between senior leaders of his party and the NCP.

The Congress and NCP had fought against the Sena in the assembly polls.

The national capital this week saw marathon meetings between the Congress and the NCP, including their respective president Sonia Gandhi and Sharad Pawar, to work out a suitable formula and ideological harmony before forging an alliance with the Sena, a party whose core Hindutva ideology is poles apart from the duo�s.

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