India Elections : Congress and JMM announced a pact for Jharkhand LS Polls

The Congress on Wednesday struck back at RJD by sewing up a seat sharing agreement with JMM in Jharkhand leaving Lalu Prasad just two seats his party had won in the last elections.

A day after Lalu’s RJD and Ram Vilas Paswan’s Lok Janshakti Party unilaterally got into a deal in Bihar leaving a paltry three seats for Congress, Congress and JMM on Wednesday announced a pact under which they would contest seven and five seats respectively. Jharkhand has a total of 14 seats.

“We have finalised the seat sharing agreement. Congress will contest 7 and JMM 5. We have left two seats for RJD,” According to the AICC in-charge for Jharkhand K Keshav Rao .

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