After SP, JDU also angry with Congress for breaking its promise, no talks could be made even on two tickets

Not only Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav is angry with Congress, but JDU is also angry with the breach of promise made by Congress in MP. It was decided that JDU would field candidates on two seats along with Congress, but at the last moment, Congress spoiled JDU’s hopes by announcing candidates everywhere. This is the reason why Nitish Kumar, angry with the Congress, had accused the Left in the meeting of not being serious about the alliance against the Congress. Seeing the matter worsening, Congress put forward National President Mallikarjun Kharge and tried to calm the matter by talking to Nitish.

It was already decided that a common candidate of Congress and JDU would contest elections on two seats in Madhya Pradesh, but at the last moment, Congress has angered JDU by snubbing it. Apart from JDU MP State President, JDU was ready to field a joint candidate on one more seat, but after Kamal Nath announced candidates on every seat, JDU also turned red like Samajwadi Party. On behalf of JDU, National President Lalan Singh had also tried to complain by calling the Congress President, but if sources are to be believed, National President Mallikarjun Kharge kept avoiding picking up Lalan Singh’s call. Obviously, the enraged Lalan Singh complained about this to RJD’s crown prince Tejashwi Yadav and the matter was avoided saying that he would have to bear the brunt of it in the Lok Sabha elections.

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Nitish called Congress non-serious

Apparently, when Nitish Kumar couldn’t control himself by being angry with the attitude of the Congress, in the recent meeting of the Left Party, he questioned the Congress and increased the uneasiness in the Congress by accusing it of being non-serious about the alliance. This is the reason that after this, RJD supremo Lalu Prasad and Tejashwi Yadav had to go to Nitish Kumar’s house and convince him and only after Lalu’s mediation, Congress National President Mallikarjun Kharge tried to convince Nitish Kumar by calling him.

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Why is Congress breaking its promise even with JDU?

Congress also had a deal with Samajwadi Party on 6 seats, but after Kamal Nath refused, the top Congress leaders went back on their words. Obviously, after this, Akhilesh Yadav’s anger had also come out and the SP supremo had also threatened several times to behave in a similar manner with the Congress in UP. Obviously, JDU has made preparations to adopt a similar attitude with Congress in Bihar also. According to Congress sources, Congress is going to demand eight to nine seats in Bihar in the Lok Sabha elections, but after the incident in MP, the Congress camp is also assuming that JDU is not going to agree to more than four seats.

JDU national president Lalan Singh had expressed his anger after talking to Tejashwi Yadav. According to sources, JDU has prepared to give a befitting reply to Congress in MP in the Lok Sabha elections. In such a situation, there are many apprehensions in Bihar regarding whether the seat sharing formula will be decided in the India alliance.

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Why has seat sharing become a problem in India alliance?

It is possible that due to RJD in Bihar, the problem may be resolved in the Lok Sabha elections. But questions are continuously being raised regarding the resolution of problems in Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and Kerala. Not only this, the attitude of Aam Aadmi Party regarding the elections to be held in five states is also surprising. The chief of Aam Aadmi Party is touring different states and spitting fire against Congress. Obviously, the alliance of 28 parties has been exposed in the assembly elections of five states. In such a situation, many questions have arisen regarding how a consensus will be reached among the 28 parties regarding seat sharing before the Lok Sabha elections.

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