By Salona Mittal and Priyesh Srivastava At the cost of repetition, it must be acknowledged that the spread of COVID-19 has savaged the world and has practically brought it to a stand-still. This unprecedented global pandemic has challenged not only the society at large, but also the organs of the State. In a recent note […]
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Jamshedpur, Nov 8: State BJP president Laxman Giluwa said the final decision on sharing of seats with allies for the upcoming Assembly elections would be taken by the party leadership in New Delhi. He however maintained that the BJP will continue its alliance with AJSU. He was speaking to scribes on his arrival at Sonari Airport with Chief Minister Raghubar Das, MP Jamshedpur and the MP’s wife. ]
Giluwa said the BJP was least likely to be bothered by the Opposition’s grand alliance. He said the Parliamentary Board of BJP will decide names of candidates. The decision would be based on the report of the state BJP’s election committee. For every Assembly constituency, the names of three candidates would be proposed to the Parliamentary Board. Asked about his desire to contest from Chakradharpur seat, he said any decision in this regard would be taken by the Central leadership of the party. He said a formula for seat sharing with AJSU had been decided.