AAP-Congress likely to call off alliance

Both Congress and Aam Admi Prty (AAP) failed to reach consensus on poll alliance in Delhi and Haryana, besides elaborate discussions by the leaders of the both parties. Both the parties are likely to call off their alliance in both Delhi and Haryana.

This comes as a result of Congress’ will against giving any seat to AAP  in Haryana to contest the polls. As per reports, AAP is adamant about wanting seat from Haryana as well.

Senior AAP leader Manish Sisodia and Sanjay Singh said Congress is seeking seats in Delhi even though they currently don’t have a single MP or MLA from Delhi. Earlier, both parties had reportedly come to consensus over seat sharing in Delhi and Haryana.

AAP had given time to Congress to come to decide on the alliance between the two parties by Monday.  For this party had cancelled the declaration of names of its 3 candidates which was going to take place on Saturday.

There has been an uncertainty about alliance formation between AAP and Congress for over a month. Earlier, Congress Delhi Chief Sheila Dikshit was against the alliance, whereas Ajay Maken was in support of the same.

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