LIVE CARD: Seat sharing talks continue in Maha Vikas Aghadi, Congress to field candidates in maximum number of seats

As the Maharashtra assembly elections are due later this year, the Maha Vikas Aghadi alliance, which includes the Congress, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), the SP and the Shiv Sena (UBT), has discussed seat sharing. are Continued

Maharashtra Assembly elections are scheduled later this year to elect 288 members of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly.

Earlier on Tuesday, top leaders of the three major alliances – Congress, NCP-SP, and Shiv Sena (UBT) held a meeting and discussed the seat-sharing formula.

According to Congress sources, the party will contest 120-130 assembly seats. Shiv Sena (UBT) is likely to contest 90-100 seats while NCP-SP is likely to contest 75-80 seats in the upcoming elections.

The Maharashtra Congress unit is scheduled to hold a two-day meeting to discuss seat distribution starting today.

Earlier, after the conclusion of the Maharashtra Bharatiya Janata Party’s core committee on June 29, party state president Ashish Shelar said the BJP would contest the assembly polls with its Mahawati allies, and a road map for the same at the meeting. It was decided.

Shelar said that a proposal has been passed appreciating the Maharashtra budget which covers the welfare of all sections of the society including farmers, youth, women etc.

“The BJP will contest the assembly polls with its Mahawati allies and a road map for the same was decided in the meeting. There will be no organizational changes in the state unit of the BJP. Also, Maharashtra tomorrow. A proposal was passed appreciating the budget which covers the welfare of all sections of the society including farmers, youth, etc. A clear road map was discussed to fight and win the assembly elections done and finalised,” said the BJP leader.

(with ANI input)



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