Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said that during a meeting of party MLAs, demands raised that in future "Sena should have any communication with BJP in writing".
This comes amid disagreements over power-sharing between the two parties after Assembly polls. BJP, on the other hand, said, "We're waiting for a proposal from them. Doors are open 24 hours for Sena."
Earlier in the day, senior Shiv Sena leader and industry minister Subhash Desai, who visited Nanded along with party chief Uddhav Thackeray, told reporters there was no political crisis in the state.
Shiv Sena Rajya Sabha MP and editor of the party mouthpiece Saamana, Sanjay Raut, who has been the party’s leading face on government formation before the media for the past few days, welcomed the BJP’s gestures, but said that the party would prefer it “in writing”.
“The demand had raised in the meeting of party MLAs that whatever we decide with the BJP in the future should be in writing. Hence, we would like to have any communication from them in writing,” Raut said.