New Delhi, Sep 19 (ANI): The crucial meeting of the Congress Party and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) leaders will be held here on Saturday to give the final shape to the seat sharing agreement for next month’s Maharashtra Assembly polls.
The Election Commission issued notification for the assembly polls in Maharashtra, which is to be held on October 13.
On Thursday it was reported that both parties had broadly agreed to a formula of 174: 114 seats for the Congress and the NCP respectively.
The Maharashtra Assembly has 298 constituencies.
Poll management leaders of both the Congress and the NCP met their respective party chiefs on Friday after three days of negotiations.
They had earlier held a series of discussions in Mumbai to give final shape to the seat sharing process.
If the current formula gets the stamp of approval of both parties then the NCP would settle for ten seats less than what it contested the last time.
Meanwhile the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) – Shiv Sena alliance settled on a seat sharing, for 119 for the BJP and 169 seats for Shiv Sena (ANI)