Just when it seemed that the Congress will back Shiv Sena in forming the government in Maharashtra, Congress took a step back and said there is no decision yet. The Congress Working Committee has given party president Sonia Gandhi the authority to take the final call. The BJP won 105 seats in last month's Maharashtra election. Along with the Sena's 56, the NDA had a clear majority. But the Sena refused to form a government with the BJP without a "50:50" deal including rotational chief ministership. After the BJP withdrew from the race, saying it could not form a government on its own, the Sena is looking to take power with the support of the NCP (54) and Congress (44). The question now remains, who will form the government in Maharashtra?