Disputes on poll alliance between BJP and Shivsena in relation to assembly elections in Maharashtra stand halted now with a consensus emerging between the two on seats sharing. BJP was hell bent on getting nothing less than 130 seats and Shivsena finally relented to it. If the dispute was not sorted out amicably there was every possibility that it could have left a serious impact adversely affecting both the parties, mainly BJP which has continuously been gaining grounds after Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of India. After this consensus Shivsena may have to cut seat allocations in respect of other smaller groups in local alliance but they have their own way of tackling such issues and they are quite expected to sort it out too. It is after all a new sign of an added harmony between the both the big parties. All is well that ends well.
PS: Alliance has since collapsed, says the latest news: