In view of the Lok Sabha elections 2024, a round of meetings has started between the parties of the opposition alliance. The discussion regarding seat sharing has also intensified. It was told that even in the last meeting of Indi alliance, the seat sharing formula could not be decided. However, it came out in this meeting that the complete work on seat sharing formulas would be completed by the first week of January. Now senior Congress party leader Jairam Ramesh has given a statement on this matter. Jairam Ramesh said in his statement that there will be talks on seat sharing. Whatever has to be done, we will do and there are different circumstances in different states. Keeping them in mind, talks on seat sharing are going on.
What did Jairam Ramesh say on seat sharing?
Jairam Ramesh said in his statement that we will take forward the discussion on seat sharing only with an open mind and closed mouth. It is noteworthy that the five-member National Alliance Committee of Congress will hold discussions with the party state units after the rally to be held in Nagpur on December 28. The party has called state units to Delhi to discuss what strategy should be adopted for the alliance from December 29. Let us inform that after the fourth meeting of the Indi alliance, the Congress Party had formed a five-member National Alliance Committee to discuss seat sharing with the parties included in the Indi alliance.
Is Nitish Kumar angry?
According to the information, this committee has decided to discuss with senior Congress leaders from different states regarding seat sharing. After discussion with Congress leaders, this committee will hold a meeting with allies in the first week of January, after which it will be decided which party is going to contest the elections on how many seats. However, if some media reports are to be believed then something is not going well in the Indi alliance. Akhilesh Yadav is already angry with the leaders of the Indi alliance and now it is said that Nitish Kumar is also not very happy with this alliance.
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