As the political stalemate continues, Opposition parties are into the huddle to strategies over their Maharashtra plan. Shiv Sena on Monday was racing against time to cobble together an alliance to form a government, with the NCP mulling extending their support to the right-wing party. The NCP has said it will decide on whether to support a Sena-led government in coordination with ally Congress. Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari on Monday night invited the NCP asking it to express "willingness and ability to form government". "NCP and Congress had pre-poll alliance, and final decision will be a collective decision. Our talks with NCP are on, and we will only move forward once discussions with them are done," said senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge. Meanwhile, Manohar Joshi said that Shiv Sena will form the govt and Congress will be part of it. Watch full bulletin.