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RJD looking forward to contesting Delhi polls in alliance with

RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav on Tuesday said his party was looking forward to contesting the upcoming Delhi assembly polls in alliance with the Congress, with which it has shared a long partnership in Bihar and on the national level. Yadav, who is party supremo Lalu Prasads younger son and heir apparent, said his party would like to concentrate on seats which had a high concentration of people from Bihar and Purvanchal (eastern Uttar Pradesh) and underscored that the RJD has met with some success in Delhi in the past. Our in-charge for the polls Manoj Jha (national spokesman and Rajya Sabha member) is in touch with the Congress. We hope to get a respectable share of seats and contest in alliance , Yadav told reporters here. He, however, parried questions about reports that the RJD wanted five seats in the 70-strong assembly while the Congress was ready to part with no more than three saying it is for Jha to say since I am not a part of the parleys . There are seats in ...

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