The BJP leader thanked the people of Maharashtra, PM Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah for the trust reposed by them in his 5-year term.
Patil is currently lodged with the other Shiv Sena MLAs in the Hotel Rangsharda for two days, in an apparent bid to prevent any attempts of poaching.
The Shiv Sena has been maintaining that in February this year, before the Lok Sabha polls, it was decided that there will be equal sharing of posts and responsibilities between the party and the BJP.
Leader of Opposition in the outgoing assembly Vijay Waddetiwar of the Congress claimed 90 per cent MLAs of his party feel the BJP shouldn't form the next government.
Senior leader Sudhir Mungantiwar said that the party has decided to initiate procedure to select a new state unit president as incumbent Chandrakant Patil will remain in the next Cabinet.
Dalwai later said that the Congress and NCP should work to keep the BJP out of power and the party should support a Shiv Sena-led government in the state.
An official said that Sena ministers present at the meeting, held at the Sahyadri State Guest House in south Mumbai, included Eknath Shinde and Ramdas Kadam.
Pawar, re-elected from the Baramati assembly seat in Pune district, refrained from commenting on the ongoing war of words between the saffron allies over sharing of power in the new government.