Leaders of the two parties held a marathon meeting in New Delhi on Wednesday to discuss the government formation in the state.
After the meeting, former chief minister and Congress leader Prithviraj Chavan said the alliance is hopeful of ending the spell of political uncertainty in the state and working to provide a stable government.
Meanwhile, The Congress Working Committee today reviewed the political scenario in Maharashtra, a day after it held a marathon meeting with the NCP on forming an alliance together with Shiv Sena to form a government in the state.
Congress general secretary KC Venugopal told the media after a meeting at party chief Sonia Gandhi’s residence that that the CWC was briefed on the discussion between NCP and Congress on Wednesday.
However, Congress sources said a final decision on Maharashtra is expected by tomorrow.
The CWC, the sources said, has broadly agreed to go ahead with government formation with Shiv Sena and the NCP.
Another meeting between Congress and NCP is to happen Thursday night and a final meeting with Shiv Sena will happen Friday in Mumbai.
The decision on government formation in Maharashtra will be announced in Mumbai on Friday, the sources said.
Meanwhile, Shiv Sena has reiterated that the process to form government has started and it will be completed before December 1.