4 Oct 2023

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election-2023: Will There Be Seat Sharing Agreement Between Congress, SP? SP Has Asked For So Many Seats

Bhopal: There could be agreement on sharing of seats between Samajwadi Party and Congress in Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election-2023. The issue of seat sharing between the two parties is likely to be resolved soon. 

This responsibility has been given to National General Secretary Prof. Ram Gopal Yadav from SP's side and General Secretary in-charge of Madhya Pradesh Randeep Surjewala from Congress's side. According to the information, SP has asked for 12 seats and it is believed that the two could agree on 10-12 seats.

SP trying to establish its presence in other states

The SP leadership is working on a strategy to establish the party's presence in other states of the country so that it can officially get the status of a national party. Under this, it has been decided to contest the assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh with full preparation. 

Earlier in the 2003 elections, SP had won seven seats in MP. In the last assembly elections also, it had won one seat while it was in the main fight with BJP on five seats.

SP has sought seats in 5 dists

According to political sources, Prof. Ram Gopal and Surjewala were asked by the top leadership of both the parties finalize seat sharing arrangement. There has been a long discussion between the two in this regard. SP has asked for 12 seats from Congress in five districts including Rewa, Satna and Tikamgarh. There are a total of 230 elected constituencies in Madhya Pradesh Assembly.

In-principle agreement has been reached between two parties

According to sources, an in-principle agreement has been reached between the two parties on alliance in Madhya Pradesh state elections. The matter is stuck only on finalizing the seats. Prof. Ramgopal and Surjewala were to meet in New Delhi on Monday but it could not happen due to the demise of Prof. Ramgopal's elder brother. 

The final decision on seat sharing will be taken soon. After that, joint public meetings of SP-Congress will also be held in Yadav dominated seats.

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