JSP leaders at a meeting/File Photo
JANAKPURDHAM: The Janata Samajwadi Party (JSP) has expressed dissatisfaction with the distribution of seats in the ruling coalition.
The JSP Central Executive Committee stated that the allocation of seats in the ruling coalition for the upcoming November 20 parliamentary election was not satisfactory.
JSP leader Manish Suman said that the allocation of seats in the ruling alliance was not satisfactory.
Suman warned that the party would be compelled to look for an alternative to the five-party alliance if other parties in the coalition did not satisfy the JSP.
It should be noted that JSP Chairman Upendra Yadav expressed dissatisfaction with the allocation of seats, and instructed the leaders and cadres to be prepared to contest the elections alone.