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Three big leaders of Congress and NCP to meet in Mumbai

Much like the continuing BJP-Sena deadlock, the Congress and ally Nationalist Congress Party are yet to find a way out of the seat-sharing logjam in Maharashtra. After a day of hectic consultations in Delhi on Monday, it was decided that the state's ruling alliance will meet in Mumbai today to sort out the issue.

For both camps, time is running out. Nominations for the assembly elections close on September 27.

The NCP has put senior partner Congress on notice - demanding 50% of the state's 288 assembly seats.

While NCP chief Sharad Pawar is not in favour of a split, his nephew and Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar believes the party should explore new avenues. There is speculation that the road may even lead to the BJP in case it parts company with Sena.

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