Congress to Contest 95 Seats in Telangana Elections, Leaves 24 to Allies


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The Congress will challenge 95 seats in the coming decisions to the 119-member Telangana get together, leaving the staying to accomplices of the proposed excellent partnership, AICC incharge of the state RC Khuntia said on Thursday.

The rundown of the gathering applicants will be discharged on November 8 or 9, he told journalists in New Delhi.

The Congress, Telugu Desam Party, Telangana Jana Samithi and CPI have chosen to fashion a collusion for the December 7 decisions and are at present occupied with seat-sharing talks.

“We will battle in 95 seats and the rest will go to the next coalition accomplices. Of the 95 seats, we should take up 62 seats for talk today, yet took up just 57 seats. Rest will be taken up last mentioned. The full rundown will be pronounced on November 8 or 9,” Khuntia said.

Telangana Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) president Uttam Kumar Reddy and other senior pioneers are enjoying nature in Delhi for converses with AICC pioneers, including party president Rahul Gandhi.

Gathering sources said the Telangana pioneers presented a rundown of likely contender to Gandhi for his endorsement.

Reddy said talks were hung on the seat sharing and applicants and an official conclusion will be taken by Gandhi. He additionally said the Congress boss has formally endorsed the coalition in the state.

On seat sharing, he said an assention had been come to with TDP under which it would challenge 14 seats. Dialogs were still on as to the seats to be distributed to the TJS and CPI, he included.

The decision TRS party has reported 107 competitors up until this point while the Asaduddin Owaisi-drove AIMIM has proclaimed chosen people for eight seats. The last was relied upon to announce contender for another a few seats in the blink of an eye.

BJP, or, in other words as the option in contrast to the decision TRS, is going only it in the surveys.


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