Congress asked for seat in MLC election, RJD said

Patna: In Bihar, there seems to be no talk between the Congress and the RJD involved in the Grand Alliance. The RJD has mocked Congress for its demand for seats over the MLC election from the local body quota. RJD has said that the MLC election seat is not Satyanarayana swami's prasad which will divide everyone. RJD spokesperson Mrityunjay Tiwari said congress is demanding that they want seven seats. While it is our endeavour to win 24 seats. Now, why are they upset in seven seats? We should talk about 24 seats. Let the first election be announced. Thereafter, the seat will be decided by the candidates who come forward. After the election dates are announced, the Grand Alliance parties will sit and then there will be talks. On the question of separation of routes from the Congress, he said the Congress has already contested separately in the Bihar assembly by-election. Now MLC will see what his character is in the election.

In Hyderabad, Tejashwi is trying to tell Congress about the situation through a meeting with KCR. But Mrityunjay Tiwari said the Congress is our old ally. There is no point in showing any reason. He said that the distribution of seats will be discussed first if the election dates are announced.

Mrityunjay Tiwari said that seven seats are required from now on the Congress statement and we said that the MLC election is not the prasad of Satyanarayana Bhagwan who divides everyone. It is the endeavour of Mahagathbandhan leader Tejashwi Yadav to see winning candidates to win all 24 seats and then a decision will be taken. In Bihar, 24 seats are going to polls from local quota to Bihar Legislative Council elections. In the elections from the body quota, elected people's representatives of gram panchayats and municipal bodies elect MLC by voting. In 2021, panchayat elections were held late due to corona and elections from the body quota could not be held.

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