BJP minister Pankaja Munde, who along with Khotkar is the poll in charge for Marathwada, was also present at the meeting held at Thackeray's Bandra residence 'Matoshree'.
The Sena and BJP parties had earlier entered into an agreement to fight April-May Lok Sabha and Assembly polls, slated for later in the year, jointly.
"If Sena contests the Jalna seat, it will surely win it. I have managed to convince Uddhav Thackeray too. A decision will be taken on it by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Thackeray soon," said Khotkar after the meeting.
The meeting assumes significance as the two ruling parties will hold a joint rally in Aurangabad on Sunday.
He denied rumours that he would shift to the Congress if the Sena did not meet his demands on the Jalna seat.
"No decision on joining the Congress has been taken," Khotkar said.