The formation of a BJP-PDP government in Jammu and Kashmir doesn't seem to be in sight as the two sides continue to resolve disagreements on some key issues in the backdrop of political situation in the state and elsewhere in India.
The RSS, according to reports, is throwing fresh spanners in the possible pact between the two parties.
Uncertainty continues to prevail amid reports that the two sides have "covered a considerable ground".
The contentious issues such as Article 370, revocation of Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) and granting citizenship rights to West Pakistan refugees continue to hamper government formation, sources said.
The RSS Tuesday upped the ante on several issues demanding or fresh delimitation in J&K.
While Ram Madhav, the RSS face in BJP overseeing the deliberations between the two parties, exuded confidence on government formation without setting a time limit, the RSS cautioned BJP against "making any compromise on the core issues."
"There is no time frame for talks, but I assure you that we will give you good news soon," Madhav told reporters.
The stalemate, which is being viewed by political circles as a valuable time-gaining exercise, has started causing anxiety in the Sangh Parivar.
The political circles were abuzz throughout the day on possibility of a meeting between Prime Minister NarendraModi and PDP patron Mufti MuhammedSayeed, it wasn't the case at the end of the day.