Lok Sabha Elections: Congress, NCP to share equal number of seats in Maharashtra?

According to sources, both Congress and NCP will contest on equal seat share in Maharashtra for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls


Ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) pre-poll alliance were stalled over seat share. According to sources, Congress-NCP has decided to contest elections on 24 seats each in Maharashtra. 

Of the total 48 Lok Sabha seats in the state, the Congress and NCP have decided to go ahead with the 50-50 formula for seat share. However, no official announcement has been made regarding the same. 

Congress and NCP have organised a meeting on Friday to discuss the possibility of an alliance in the upcoming LS polls. NCP chief Sharad Pawar is also a part of the meeting.

In the meeting, both the parties will discuss their future strategies for the elections. 

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The seat share was discussed on Wednesday during a meeting. Along with NCP chief Sharad Pawar and Maharashtra Congress President Ashok Chavan was also present.