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Lok Sabha 2019: National Conference-Congress seat-sharing talks hit roadblock

DNA Saturday, 16 March 2019 ()
Under the 2014 seat-sharing arrangement, Congress had contested two Jammu and Ladakh parliamentary seats while the National Conference had contested all the three seats in the Valley.

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