"The candidate of the Congress-NCP front should be decided on the basis of his/her capacity to win the seat and there should not be an adamant posture on the issue," Chavan said addressing a farmers' rally at Dhairi near Pune.
He, however, made it clear that the final decision on seat-sharing between the two coalition partners will be taken by their respective high commands.
MPCC president Manikrao Thakre, however, said that the seat sharing formula for the upcoming polls should be Congress 29 and NCP 19, on the basis of performance in the last elections.
Chavan also tried to play down his newly acquired membership of Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) saying "I have only become a member and there is nothing special about it".


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