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'Grand alliance needs more to confirm seat-share deal'

RANCHI: Congress national in-charge of Jharkhand RPN Singh on Tuesday mentioned all was once smartly between the companions of mahagathbandhan in Jharkhand and the announcement of a seat-sharing deal will quickly be made.

Singh, who arrived at Ranchi’s Birsa Munda airport and left for Deoghar for a party rally by highway on Tuesday, mentioned: “Aap bilkul chinta mat kariye (Do now not be involved),” a smiling Singh told newshounds when prodded in regards to the dissent in JVM-P camp over the seat-sharing agreement, which was once finalized between Congress chief Rahul Gandhi and JMM operating president Hemant Soren ultimate week.

“Kisiko manane ki zarurat nahi hai (No body must be coaxed),” Singh mentioned, making a veiled reference to JVM-P chief Babulal Marandi. He added: “Everyone is a seasoned baby-kisser. As some distance as tickets are involved, it will quickly be sorted out after discussions.”

Congress assets brushed aside speculations that Singh will meet Marandi in Giridih whilst on his technique to Deoghar on Tuesday late night. JVM-P assets mentioned a dialogue is not imaginable earlier than February 17 as Marandi is out of town on political and private commitments. Meanwhile, Singh will travel to Lohardaga on February 14 and then attend a public assembly in Palamu the following day earlier than returning to Ranchi.

Meanwhile, chief minister Raghubar Das on Tuesday introduced a scathing attack on the mahagatbandhan of opposition events. Das, who addressed some 1,500 BJP functionaries from Ranchi, Khunti and Hazaribag parliamentary constituencies at their assembly in Harmu, mentioned Hemat Soren was once hungry for power power-hungry and had tied up with Congress even supposing the latter heckled and imprisoned his father Shibu on corruption fees despite being a minister within the UPA cabinet led by former PM Manmohan Singh.

Das mentioned: “I want to ask JMM a question. How did it shake fingers with a party like Congress, which heckled Shibu Soren on corruption fees despite him being the Union coal minister? His home was once raided by the CBI and he was once imprisoned. And now, his power-hungry son has forgotten the insult meted out to his father and tied up with the similar party,” Das mentioned.

Calling the alliance “a congregation of events which want to loot”, Das mentioned it was once a “Thugbandhan” and claimed the alliance will face a crushing defeat within the parliamentary and assembly polls.

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