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Congress To Go To Rajya Sabha From Jharkhand After CM Hemant Soren Meets Sonia Gandhi: Report

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New Delhi: Because the Rajya Sabha elections shut down, Congress is more likely to get a Rajya Sabha seat with its alliance Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) in Jharkhand, sources advised information company ANI on Sunday. 

After the retirement of two BJP leaders Mahesh Poddar and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, two seats will fall vacant in Jharkhand in June. 

Chatting with ANI, Rajesh Thakur, Jharkhand Congress President stated, “Until now the choice no resolution has been taken however we will say that optimistic talks have been taken place between Nationwide President Sonia Gandhi and Hemant Soren. The dialogue was additionally held with the group in cost KC Venugopal and we perceive a optimistic consequence will come at the moment for the Congress.”

He additional stated that an individual from Jharkhand ought to go to the higher home. 

“A pacesetter from Jharkhand ought to go to Rajya Sabha. Nonetheless, we’ll comply with what our president Sonia Gandhi says. The listing will come at the moment and optimistic talks had been held (with JMM) and I can say that there shall be a Congress candidate,” he advised ANI.

In the meantime, Jharkhand Chief Minister and JMM chief Hemant Soren additionally met Congress interim President Sonia Gandhi on Saturday in Delhi. He stated he met Gandhi and held a dialogue concerning the present political state of affairs within the state. 

“I met Sonia Gandhi and gave her the small print concerning the Rajya Sabha elections. There are two Rajya Sabha seats within the state, we had a dialogue about that. All the small print concerning the matter shall be launched in a while,” stated Soren as per ANI.

“He has given a optimistic response on Congress’ demand for a Rajya Sabha berth from the state. The ultimate resolution shall be taken quickly,” ANI sources stated. 

Elections for the 57 vacant seats within the Rajya Sabha shall be held on June 10. The seats are falling vacant as 57 members from 15 seats shall be retiring from the higher home of the parliament. 


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