Jharkhand News: Why is the alliance not being announced in Jharkhand?

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 Now only 23 days are left in the first phase of Jharkhand assembly election voting. Despite this, neither the coalition of the ruling party nor the opposition parties has been formed.

Leaders of both sides are claiming that they have one heart. Therefore, the meeting of parties is a formality. Yet this formality has not been completed in the last several months.

Neither the BJP-AJSU party's National Democratic Alliance has been formed, nor the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha-Congress and other non-BJP parties' grand alliance.

Meanwhile, the rhetoric being done by the leaders of all the parties is also further complicating the alliance.
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But why?

Senior journalist Om Prakash Ashk says that the alliance and which parties will be aligned, it is almost certain.

The problem is with the seats. In both alliances, parties are adamant about certain seats. Alliances will be formally announced as soon as this screw is resolved.

He told the BBC, "It is certain that the BJP and the AJSU party will contest the elections this time as well as in the previous assembly elections. It is also decided to form an alliance of Congress, Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD). Is going."

"As soon as the number of seats and their allotment are resolved, their grand alliance will also be announced. However, it may take a day or two. By then the nomination process of the first phase will have started."