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Manipur Polls 2022: Congress’ efforts on to form a pre-poll alliance

The Congress is working on plans to stitch a pre-poll alliance with like-minded parties for the upcoming Manipur Polls. However, the party is yet to take a final call on

The Congress is working on plans to stitch a pre-poll alliance with like-minded parties for the upcoming Manipur Polls. However, the party is yet to take a final call on the alliance partners.

The Congress is also considering the number of candidates to be fielded for the ensuing assembly elections, a call on which is expected to be taken after the alliance issue gets finalised.

A crucial election committee meeting of the Manipur Congress was held today in Imphal in which the strategy for the upcoming pools was discussed, MPCC working president K Meghalchandra informed. Meanwhile, former Congress MLA Kh Ratankumar rubbished reports of him deserting the party.

Ratankumar informed that there were a few internal issues that he had raised with the high command. However, the former Congress MLA maintained that there was no plan to leave the party.

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First Published: 18th January, 2022 11:01 IST

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