Reportedly, The Shiv Sena, NCP and congress may announce an alliance today to form the government in MaharashtraShiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut said that All three parties have decided that a Shiv Sena CM will have a full five-year term. After the go-ahead from Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, the party on Thursday acknowledged for the very first time that they were in talks with the Sena. “Congress & NCP have completed their discussions on all issues. There is complete unanimity. Tomorrow in Mumbai, we will have a meeting with our other alliance parties. Later in the day, we will have a discussion with Shiv Sena,” said Prithviraj Chavan. Meanwhile, as Sharad Pawar flew back to Mumbai from Delhi last evening, Uddhav & Aaditya Thackeray drove down to meet the NCP chief. The three parties will meet on Friday, to decide the further course of action. Reportedly, if all goes well a swearing-in ceremony will take place on Sunday or Monday.