I don't think there should be so much fuss on this matter. While being in the coalition government, partners may have different views on different issues but eventually, they will come out on a common point. Both sides might have valid reasons for their respective stand. Recently we have seen twice serious incidents in the West Bengal bjp unit where old bjp leaders and new leaders of TMC who joined bjp fought against each other publicly but the home minister settled their disputes. Maharashtra government is a coalition of three different parties which represent different ideologies but they came together to keep bjp out of power. It is an unprecedented political drama when the bjp government was formed and then faranavis was sworn in as chief minister and then Sharad Pawar made congress into a coalition. likewise, bjp and PDP came as a group to form government in Jammu and Kashmir. Although both parties stand on two different poles. Everything is possible in politics. Shiv Sena which represents Hindutva and had a coalition with bj and their coalition was practical because both parties have similar ideologies, stayed together for thirty years as partners, separated and then this imbalance coalition was formed.
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