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Talks on seats with Samajwadi Party in UP continue, NCP will support the alliance being formed: Maharashtra Minister Nawab Malik


Mumbai: Political agitations have intensified ahead of the upcoming assembly elections of Uttar Pradesh (UP Assembly Election 2022). On the one hand, the process of saying goodbye to the party is going on by the leaders of the BJP, and on the other hand, the leaders of other parties have also entered the BJP. Amidst all this, NCP and Shivsena have also decided to field their candidates in the UP elections. In such a situation, Maharashtra NCP leader Nawab Malik said, we will support the alliance to be formed in UP.

According to ANI, NCP leader and Maharashtra minister Nawab Malik said, “We have decided to contest elections with Samajwadi Party in Uttar Pradesh. Decision has been taken on one seat and talks are on for other seats. We will support the alliance to be formed in UP.

Earlier, after the announcement of NCP chief Sharad Pawar to contest the elections in UP, the politics in the state has heated up. Meanwhile, on the NCP-Samajwadi Party alliance in the Uttar Pradesh elections, senior NCP leader Nawab Malik said in Mumbai on Wednesday that, in the Uttar Pradesh elections, the Nationalist Congress Party will join hands with the Samajwadi Party. There is bound to be an alliance. This decision was taken in the National Executive. The seats we have asked for will be discussed.

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Let us tell you that earlier NCP Chief Sharad Pawar had said in Mumbai on Tuesday that NCP will contest the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections. Pawar had also talked about forging an alliance with the Samajwadi Party. Sharad Pawar has indicated to contest elections in other states by taking the assembly elections to be held in five states.

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