After securing the mandate in Maharashtra in the recently concluded state elections, it was a tussle between the BJP and Shiv Sena that kept them away from declaring a Chief Ministerial candidate so far. 

Source: The Federal

Fed up of the situation, a farmer in Maharashtra's Beed, named Shrikant V Gadale, wrote to the governor asking for an opportunity to become the CM until the top brass don't resolve their differences. 


He claimed farmers are suffering from crop damage and a government is needed at the earliest. 

Voicing his concern on the situation of farmers in Maharashtra, Gadale wanted the position so he could actually do something about their struggles. 


Twitterati echoed this sentiment and supported Gadale. 

Considering the power-tussle is going to continue for a few more days, it is possible that Gadale's address to the governor will make some difference in the way these parties go about forming the government.