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Congress MLAs to meet amid political impasse in Maharashtra

IndiaTimes Friday, 8 November 2019 ()
As the impasse over government formation continued in Maharashtra, the Congress has convened a meeting of its newly-elected MLAs here on Friday amid speculation that they may be shifted to Jaipur.
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AMID THE POLLITICAL IMPASSE IN MAHARASHTRA, CONGRESS AGREED TO BACK SHIV SENA HOWEVER IT WILL HOLD FURTHER DISCUSSION WITH ALLY NCP ON TUESDAY REGARDING THE POLITICAL SITUATION IN MAHARASHTRA.MEANWHILE ADITYA THACKERAY MET MAHARASHTRA GOVERNOR AND EXPRESSED THE WILLIGNESS OF HIS PARTY TO FORM GOVT ,...

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