The Assembly election results are now leading to the scenario where BJP and the Shiv Sena might join hands to form a fresh government in Maharashtra after a span of 15 years.
Shiv Sena was been pushing for talks on Monday morning with the BJP, in efforts to be a part of the ruling government.
CNN-IBN reports that Uddhav Thackeray has carried out talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP head Amit Shah over the phone with regard to government formation.
The Shiv Sena leader also called up BJP leaders Devendra Fadnavis and senior leader Om Mathur in this regard.
Devanda Fadnavis, who led the BJP campaign throughout the elections in Maharashtra, is assumed to be the prime candidate for Chief Minister of the state.
Uddhav is reportedly said to have urged the two parties to make progress in the right direction by joining hands and have also asked BJP to overlook the past incidents.
However, on the other side, BJP is maintaining silence and is yet to disclose any official confirmation over a possible tie-up with the Sena.
The alliance between BJP and Shiv Sena witnessed a split prior to the elections, causing the two to take part in the elections individually.
BJP took pole position by winning in 122 seats, but fell short of absolute majority to form the government individually. Standing second is Shiv Sena with a tally of 63 from the total seats of 288.