Patna: Amid soaring political bitterness between Congress and Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), the constituent units of grand alliance in the ongoing by-elections for two Assembly seats, the Congress today categorically announced to contest all 40 seats of Lok Sabha in the next Parliamentary elections at its own in Bihar.
In charge of the Congress political affairs of Bihar Bhakta Charan Das told newspersons here today that there would be no truck with the RJD and squarely blamed leader of opposition in the state assembly Tejasvi Prasad Yadav for the disintegration of the Grand Alliance.
Das said that RJD ignored the collision Dharma in mahagathbandhan. Now the Congress was contesting the by-elections for the two assembly seats with full strength and it’s all leaders were campaigning in favour of the Congress candidates.
Retorting sharply at the RJD MP and spokesperson Manoj Jha for dubbing Congress as Sanghi, Das said that he was totally unaware of any such statement and maintained that the Congress had not engineered any fishing in a grand alliance.