JP to reactivate party units to fight general election
New Delhi: Janata Party on Saturday decided to reactivate its party units across the country to fight Parliament elections, which it felt would be held later this year.
At a meeting of party general secretaries and 15 state presidents chaired by party chief Subramanian Swamy, it was also decided that the party should negotiate with NDA parties for seats.
"The party has finalised a list of 62 Lok Sabha constituencies where the party has units for which it will negotiate seat-adjustments with other constituents of the NDA," Swamy said in a statement.
He said it was decided to reactivate party units for the purpose of fighting the Parliament elections which could come later this year.
The meeting also decided to hold plenary session of the party in New Delhi in December to elect office bearers.
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