In today's piece, Sena criticized BJP leaders Amit Shah and Chandrakant Patil, who had said his party has the support of 119 MLAs and that no one can govern the state without their support.
Further, slamming former CM Devendra Fadnavis, Sena said the new relationship is giving "stomach ache to several people". Earlier, Fadnavis had said NCP-Congress-Sena alliance won't last longer than six months.
"Those with 105 seats had earlier conveyed to the Governor that they do not have the majority. How come are they now claiming that only they will form the government? The intention of horse-trading stands exposed now," Sena reportedly said.
Notably, Saamana's editorial comes after Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said anything can happen in politics and cricket.
Referring to these comments, it read, "In cricket, the game of manipulation and fixing has begun... so there is doubt about the victory. Therefore, it is okay for Gadkari to compare the political game in Maharashtra to a thrilling game of cricket."