Rajasthan Assembly Election 2018: Congress will contest on 193 seats

Rajasthan Assembly Election 2018: Congress will contest on 193 seats
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Rajasthan Assembly Election 2018:: For the upcoming Rajasthan assembly elections, Congress will field its candidates for 193 of the total 200 seats in the state. Congress will combine with seven allies in seven different assembly seats. Therefore, the remaining seven seats will be left for the allies parties. The Congress has so far declared 184 candidates lists in two phases. In the wake of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, Congress is trying to make a strong alliance with its close allies parties in the assembly elections. Now Congress will field their candidates on only nine of the remaining 16 seats. In these seats, discussions and meeting will be followed on Saturday night in Delhi. The possibility is that on Sunday, the candidate list will be declared for these nine seats.

As per the source’s information, Congress will announce the candidates for the Noor, Khandela, Tijara, Mahua, Kishangarh, Jatran, Pali, Sumerpur and Aasind constituency in the third list. While remaining seven seats for Kishangarh Bass, Kushalgarh, Nagar, Bharatpur, Malpura, Mundawar, and Bali constituency are also being considered important other parties.

Congress is ready to form a strong alliance in Rajasthan

These seven seats will go to the account of coalition partners–LJD, NCP, SP, and RLD. Bali seat could be go in favor of NCP, Mundavar and Malpura seats could be seized by RLD, Tijara seat in favor of SP, Kushalgarh and Kishangarh Bass seat in the favor of LJD. It is almost certain to go to Bharatpur seat’s coalition account, but it will not be finalized in whose account it will go. It is being told that agreement has been done out of these five seats so far. The third list will be discussed in the meeting of Congress leaders on Saturday night.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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