Reportedly after a meeting between maharashtra chief minister Eknath Shinde and shiv sena MPs on Monday, a party leader said it is determined to contest the 18 seats it won in the state in the last lok sabha elections. The party leader said that the chief minister will take a decision regarding the four seats on which shiv sena had lost in the 2019 general elections. He said, “It has been decided to form a coordination committee for Mumbai. Instructions have also been given to MPs rahul Shewale and Milind Deora regarding the party's election preparations in Mumbai.

Perhaps the party leader, mp from North maharashtra, said, “We will contest the elections on 18 seats won in 2019. We have given chief minister Shinde the right to take decisions on those four seats on which we were defeated in the general elections.'' There are a total of 48 lok sabha seats in maharashtra and it is not clear how many seats the ruling coalition components, which include BJP, Shinde-led shiv sena and Ajit Pawar-led Nationalist congress party, will contest in the upcoming lok sabha elections. The MPs were also asked to focus on the bill passed by the state government to provide reservation to the maratha community, infrastructure works done by the central and state governments and Hindutva.

When emphasizing on better coordination among the partners, cm Shinde also directed that a coordination committee be formed for better coordination. During the meeting, the MPs were asked whether any last-minute intervention was required regarding work in their constituencies before the Model Code of Conduct comes into force. For the lok sabha elections, which are to be held in the first half of the year.

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