Left parties to contest from Koderma, H’bag and Rajmahal
| Friday | 15th March, 2019
Dhanbad: The Left parties will contest three of the 14 Lok Sabha seats in Jharkhand.
In the last general elections, while the CPI (ML-Liberation) contested six seats, CPI(M) fielded candidates in five constituencies and the CPI in three.
“The aim of the CPI(M) is to defeat BJP, get the maximum number of Left candidates elected and ensure formation of a secular government,” Bakshi said.
“The Left Front has decided to contest three seats — CPI(M) from Rajmahal CPI from Hazaribag and CPI (ML-Liberation) from Koderma ,” CPI(M) Jharkhand unit secretary G K Bakshi told reporters here on Wednesday.He said the CPI(M) state committee would endorse the decision in its meeting on Friday in Ranchi.
So if MCC fields a candidate from Dhanbad, it would be the fourth seat of Left Front,” Bakshi added.
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