(Riya Saha, Intern Journalist )Ranchi: Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM), which is leading the ruling alliance in Jharkhand, proclaimed on Monday that it would contest Assembly polls in Bihar due to be held later this year citing the “growing popularity” of its governance model in six months after coming to power.
“We are going to fight the upcoming Assembly polls in Bihar by forging a grand coalition under RJD. Other parties, like the Congress, RLSP, VIP party, and a few more, will be on board. The formal template of the coalition is under works “, JMM general secretary Supriyo Bhattacharjee said, while addressing the media at the party office.
Of the 243 seats in Bihar, JMM is eyeing on 12 seats, which Bhattacharjee claimed were its “traditional strongholds” during the days of undivided Bihar.

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