Congress Cleared all the Seat Sharing Problems Among The Alliance Political Party’s In Telangana

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Congress Cleared all the Seat Sharing Problems Among The Alliance Political Party's In Telangana
Congress Cleared all the Seat Sharing Problems Among The Alliance Political Party's In Telangana

Congress has finalized the Seat-sharing arrangement among alliance Political partys of the Congress-driven driven collusion for the December 7 Assembly races in Telangana has been concluded, a key All India Congress committee leader said Thursday. The All India Congress comettee responsible for Telangana issues, R C Khuntia told news organization , Seat-sharing has been finished. It will be declared after its endorsement by Congress President Rahul Gandhi.

This finishes a long time of arrangements that the Congress had with its constituent accomplices – the Telugu Desam Party (TDP), Telangana Jana Samithi (TJS) and the Communist Party of India (CPI). Khuntia did not say what number of seats the Congress would challenge in the surveys for the 119-part Assembly however party sources demonstrated that it would not be under 90.

A TDP pioneer guaranteed that his gathering may get 14 to 18 seats. The organizer President of TJS, Prof M Kodandaram said the Congress hosts offered his gathering eight to ten seats, though he is looking for at least 12 yet communicated expectation that the issue would be settled. Some modification needs to occur yet we are more stressed over the deferral (in concluding the seat-sharing equation). Deferral is the significant issue,” he advised to media .

The CPI has been offered three seats. We will talk about the offer tomorrow at our state official gathering and choose about it, CPI General Secretary Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy said.In expansion, the gathering has been offered two MLC seats. He named the offer ,nearly great in the current conditions, however said the inclination among the gathering unit is that it ought to have two all the more Assembly seats.The TRS and the BJP are going only it in the survey, the notice for which would be issued on November 12.