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Shiv Sena goes soft on BJP, says there should be no bitterness

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Mumbai: With most exit polls projecting BJP’s emergence as the single-largest party in Maharashtra but falling short of a majority, Shiv Sena on Friday hinted at a possible reconciliation with its former saffron ally, saying there should be “no bitterness any more”.
“There is no need to have arguments or bitterness any more. Hearts have been broken. Though it is difficult to mend broken hearts, Maharashtra needs stability and peace. It is better that we wait for the day of counting,” Sena said in an editorial in its mouthpiece ‘Saamana’.
Almost all exit polls have predicted that BJP will be the largest party in the 288-member Assembly followed by Shiv Sena, while the one conducted by Today’s Chanakya has projected a clear majority for BJP.

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