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Allies leave Cong to fend for itself, scuttle plans to boost RS numbers

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 11 March 2020
Congress had urged DMK in Tamil Nadu, JMM in Jharkhand and RJD in Bihar for support so that it could field candidates despite lacking the numbers. While DMK would have to concede a seat that it can win on its own, JMM and RJD have the numbers to help a Congress nominee win. All three parties have turned down the requests.
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