Congress, Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) will contest the assembly elections together. They agreed after a long meeting between the leaders of these parties on Thursday. State Congress in-charge of RPN Singh is reaching Ranchi on Friday. They will also announce seat-sharing with the alliance announcement with RJD and JMM. The state will have voting in 5 phases between 30 November and 20 December. The results will come on 23 December.
The Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (JVM) has split from this alliance. They will also do the final decision on the Left by Friday. However, except for Male, the return of the other left parties is difficult for this assembly election in the coalition. After the JMM and Congress meeting on Thursday, Leader of the Opposition and JMM Executive Chairman Hemant Soren said that the doubt would end on Friday. In gestures, he also said that we could see him tomorrow with some new faces. Congress Legislature Party leader Alamgir Alam said that elections would be held under the alliance. Everything will become clear within the next 24 hours.
The round of meetings started from 4 pm
The high command had sent State Congress President Dr. Rameshwar Oraon, Legislature Party leader Alamgir Alam and state co-in-charge Manul Haque to Ranchi to resolve the dispute with JMM. These three leaders left the screening committee meeting in Delhi incomplete and reached Ranchi on Thursday afternoon. The three reached Hemant Soren’s Kanke Raid residence at 4 pm. There, the meeting lasted for about four hours between them. In the meeting, Congress leaders gave information about the Congress Screening Committee meeting of Hemant Sareen. After this, the Congress leaders again claimed their disputed seats. A four-seater screw was resolved between the two pins.
Some things to be decided
How the JMM-Congress solved the four seats Gumla, Sisai, Gandey, and Ghatshila stuck. However, the possibility of these four seats going to JMM’s account is said to be strong.
The coming of the Left is not yet decided. If not, then JMM may get 44 seats, Congress 30 and RJD seven seats in seat sharing. If Mass and Male come together, then JMM can leave 1-1 seats for both parties.
The decision on BJP-AJSU alliance today
The top leadership of the BJP has shot listings of the candidates’ names. There will be a meeting of the Central Election Committee on Friday, in which they will complete these names. The BJP Parliamentary Party will meet on Friday late evening or Saturday. A meeting with All Jharkhand Students Union (AJSU) is also likely to be held on Friday. They can announce the names of the candidates of 33 assembly constituencies on Saturday.