State Finance Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar attributed the delay in talks between BJP and Sena to Diwali festival, adding parleys will start in a day or two.
Party mouthpiece 'Saamna' said that adequate compensation should be given to affected agriculturists without considering any terms and conditions.
Adopting a harsh tone, the 'Saamana' editorial accused the BJP of enacting 'second act' of the 'use and throw' policy while dealing with its ally.
He said there was no hurry to form the next government and rejected speculation that the Shiv Sena may split if there was a delay in the formation of the new Council of Ministers.
The party named Union minister Narendra Singh Tomar and party's vice president Avinash Rai Khanna as central observers for the Maharashtra legislature party meeting.
Amid the ongoing tussle between the BJP and Shiv Sena over sharing of power in the next state government, Devendra Fadnavis also asserted that he will be the chief minister for another five years.