RJD offers 50 seats to Congress, 25 to Left parties for alliance

Last Modified Tuesday, 29 September 2020 (11:22 IST)
Patna: Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), trying to resolve seat sharing , the most contentious issue ahead of any election decided to contest on150 plus seats and offered 50 plus seats to and 25 to the .
Senior leader and MLA Bhai Virendra speaking on seat sharing issues within the Grand told UNI here today that over 50 seats have been offered to the Congress and 25 to the left parties.
He said Rashtriya Janata Dal would accommodate Vikas Sheel Insan party (VIP) and Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) from its own seats.
 
On disagreement over seat sharing among Grand Alliance constituents, Bhai Virendra dismissed that there is such an issue, saying that everything would be clear in a day or two and there is no confusion among the alliance partners.
 
The RJD leader said that the Grand Alliance is intact and claimed it would win the Assembly elections with considerable majority.(UNI)