Amid uncertainty about the government formation in Maharashtra. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Shiv Sena, are likely to meet the state Governor separately on Monday, sources said.
Soon after the election results on Thursday, alliance partners Shiv Sena and the BJP have come at loggerheads regarding the much talked about 50-50 formula for power sharing in the state which according to Sena chief that the two had talked about before the election earlier this year.
The BJP has won 105 and ally Shiv Sena won 56 in the recently concluded Assembly Elections in the state.
The Sena has demanded that both the parties run the Maharashtra government for two and a half years each.
Now, both the parties are trying to enlist support of Independent MLAs