Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray's visit to Ayodhya on Sunday is apparently aimed at reiterating support for the construction of a Ram temple at the disputed site.
Raut further said that after country's first home minister Sardar Patel, it is Shah who has the ability to resolve the Kashmir issue.
Raut stated that the temple will be built soon as NDA has a majority in the Lok Sabha with 350 seats.
Raut's demand comes amid speculation over the possibility of Naveen Patnaik's BJD getting the post.
Raut told PTI Tuesday that the Sena would be happy if Narendra Modi becomes the prime minister again.
Sri Lanka's had banned Burqa in the wake of the Easter Sunday terror attacks that killed over 250 people.
Raut, who is the editor of Sena mouthpiece 'Saamana', said in the publication on Sunday that Kumar should be defeated in the elections even if it means the BJP has to tamper with EVMs.
The two seats, North Goa and South Goa, are currently held by the ruling BJP.
The party also said what was the guarantee that the BJP will not reach out to its former ally, the Naidu-led TDP, in case it falls short of numbers to form a government after the Lok Sabha polls.
The Sena is the second NDA ally after the Nitish Kumar led Janata Dal (United) to decline support for the Bill in the upper House where the BJP lacks a majority.
Several BJP ministers in the state have stated earlier that an alliance with the Sena, which has often been critical of the BJP-led government, is needed to keep anti-Hindutva forces at bay.
Sena hasn't received any proposal from the BJP regarding seat sharing and the party is not waiting for any such proposal, says Sena leader Sanjay Raut.
The CBFC had reportedly objected to a particular Babri Masjid scene and another dialogue 'Yandu Gundu' which has been used against the South Indian community staying in Mumbai.
Raut wrote that in 2014 there was a wave in Modi's support as voters were determined to defeat the Congress, but "the picture has changed today".
The Sena has been critical of BJP, and its leaders have spoken of contesting the Lok Sabha elections alone.