More than 24 hours have passed, yet there is no confirmed news of BJP-Shiv Sena post poll alliance. Neither Shiv Sena approached BJP nor did BJP approach Shiv Sena. BJP didn't respond to NCP's offer of unconditional support neither Shiv Sena restrained criticizing BJP indirectly through their magazine 'Samna'.
Post Maharashtra and Haryana assembly results, the national media is going gaga and talking about 'Modi Magic'. Some say that Modi's wave washed away Congress and uprooted many big trees of political dynasties. Not to forget that couple of months ago, same section of media people screamed with high decibel sound bites that 'Modi lost his Magic' and Modi wave faded after the bye poll loss of BJP in some states where Modi did not even campaign.
Before the break up of BJP and Shiv Sena alliance prior to the assembly polls, BJP demanded two things. First demand was to contest in equal number of seats and second was sharing of the Chief Minister Post, which would mean two and half year each for BJP and SS to have their own CM. Uddhav didn't agree and did a Bala Saheb to keep all the power with him. Hence, BJP were compelled to go alone, bringing in Modi for campaign.
A day after exit polls telecast by different news channels, Tariq Anwar of NCP gave an interesting statement. According to him BJP is a radical Hindu outfit and purely communal party. But Shiv Sena is not a communal party rather can be said as a regionalist party that fights for Maharashtra interest.