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The Factual information of Jharkhand Assembly election 2019. Congress, JMM urge Babulal Marandi to remain in Mahagathbandhan

The Factual information of Jharkhand Assembly election 2019. Congress, JMM urge Babulal Marandi to remain in Mahagathbandhan

A day after the Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) announced to contest the upcoming assembly elections on its own, the Congress and the JMM said on Monday that they wanted the JVM-P president Babulal Marandi to continue with “Mahagathbandhan”. The Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM), which said earlier in the day that the JVM-P bid would not have any impact on the electoral prospects of the opposition group, later retracted and said that they are trying to reach Marandi saying they are important. Remain in position. Election.

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A day after the Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (Prajatantrik) announced to contest the upcoming assembly elections on its own, the Congress and the JMM on Monday said they wanted the JMM-P president Babulal Marandi to continue the "grand alliance". The Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM), which said earlier in the day that the JVM-P bid would not have any impact on the electoral prospects of the opposition group, later backtracked and said they were trying to reach Marandi, saying That they are necessary. Remain in position. Election.

JMM general secretary-cum-spokesman Supriyo Bhattacharya, who earlier commented "not happy (nothing)" about the JVM-P's impact on the "grand alliance", later said at a press conference that the party's executive of Hemant Soren Chairman is tried to contact Marandi during the last five days, but he did not find him. He said, 'We urged the Congress leaders to remain in alliance with Babulal Marandi Ji, whom we consider as mature and senior leaders.

He said that JMM president Shibu Soren will decide the names of some party candidates on November 8. The executive committee meeting of the party will be held on 6 November. Marandi, the former chief minister and chairman of the JVM-P, claimed on Sunday that opposition parties showed no interest when he tried to talk to them soon after the Lok Sabha elections, leaving the party and contesting all 81 seats. decided.

As per the understanding of the grand alliance, the allies publicly announced before the Lok Sabha elections that the Congress would lead the Lok Sabha elections in the state while the JMM would participate in the assembly elections. The Congress said it would try to continue the former Lok Sabha 'Grand Alliance' with JVM-P, JMM and RJD. The JMM and the Congress won one of the 14 seats in Jharkhand in the parliamentary elections.

Jharkhand PCC announcement Alok Dubey said, "Our PCC president Rameshwar Oraon will soon meet Marandi Ji and explain to him that the public wants the opposition to unite and contest elections." He said that apart from continuing the grand alliance, Congress also wants all the left parties in the opposition alliance. He said that the state election committee meets during the day and delays seat adjustments with party candidates, opposition allies, which will be referred to the party's steering committee in Delhi.

There will be five phases of voting for 81 seats in Jharkhand from November 30 to December 20, with the counting of votes on December 23. The notification of the first election will be issued on 6 November. The JMM won 19 seats in the 2014 assembly elections along with two of its MLAs, Kunal Sarangi and Jai Prakash Bhai Patel, recently defeating the BJP.

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The Congress, which supported the RJD in the 2014 assembly elections, has eight seats in the current house. Two MLAs, Sukhdev Bhagat and Manoj Yadav, recently joined BJP. The JVM (P) had won 8 seats in the last state elections, but six of its MLAs later defeated the BJP, leaving it with two. Lalu Prasad's RJD currently has no members in the Jharkhand Sadan.

Source: Financial Express

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