Consensus on locations can be reached at the next meeting in India.
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The seat-sharing formula among India’s constituents in UP is expected to be decided soon. Internal churning has started between SP, Congress, RLD and other voters. However, it will be made public only after BJP’s card is revealed.
As far as the Lok Sabha seats are concerned, the condition of the constituent parties of the opposition Inclusive Alliance India in UP is not good. The Congress, the largest party after the BJP in the Lok Sabha, has only one seat in UP, Rae Bareli. In the 2019 elections, the SP had won 5 seats and later lost two of these seats in the by-elections, Azamgarh and Rampur.
Thus SP currently holds only three Lok Sabha seats namely Mainpuri, Moradabad and Sambhal. RLD and other allies are at ground zero here. From the point of view of parliamentary elections, SP is the second biggest force here after BJP, due to which its leaders want their side to get the upper hand in the Lok Sabha elections.
According to political sources, Congress leaders claim that the nature of Assembly and Lok Sabha elections are different on the issue of seats. This can also be understood that in 2014, when there was SP government in UP, it got only five seats in the Lok Sabha.