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Apr 12, 2019

Congress to fight elections in all seven seats in Delhi

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Congress today said that it will fight elections in all seven seats in Delhi as the party could not reach a seat sharing pact with the Aam Aadmi Party.

Briefing media in New Delhi, party leader P C Chacko said, the AAP did not come out with practical decision on seat sharing.
He added that the party can still have an alliance with the AAP if it is practical with regard to seat sharing.
The Congress is likely to announce candidates in all seven seats in Delhi in the next two days.
Earlier, briefing media, party spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi questioned the BJP over electoral bond money which the ruling party has been using.
Former Union Minister Krishna Tirath has rejoined the Congress party. She had joined the BJP in 2014.

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