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Lok Sabha elections 2019: Congress wants Delhi-only tie-up, says AAP as it calls off alliance talks

The alliance between AAP and the Congress was called-off following debate over tie-up from Haryana and Delhi, AAP leader Sanjay Singh said that day, including that Congress has denied to create an alliance in Haryana and AAP doesn't need a tie-up just in Delhi."To be able to prevent BJP we were prepared to get an alliance with the Congress, however, Congress isn't in a mood for any coalition.  It's a matter of sadness, which after so many attempts, Congress isn't prepared for any sort of compromise," Singh told ANI.According to the sources, Singh suggested 6:3:1 chair sharing in Haryana where Congress would struggle from six chairs, although the Jannayak Janata Party would field its own candidates for three chairs and a single candidate could be fielded from the AAP.However, the Congress has suggested a 7:2:1 seat-sharing formulation where seven Congress candidates, two JJP candidates and a single AAP candidate could contest the surveys, the sources



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added.After the assembly, the party said it's ready to have further conversation with the Congress and has appointed a representative to take the issue forward.  The AAP has made Singh to maintain the alliance discussions.AAP sources said when the Congress needs alliance just in Delhi then it must maintain the 5:2 ratio and when an alliance is closed for both Delhi and Haryana subsequently the ratio could be 4:3 from the federal capital and 6:3:1 at Haryana.Following a continuing blame-game over seat-sharing at Delhi, Rahul Gandhi and also Kejriwal Monday participated in a public spat, together with the Congress president accusing the AAP of earning a"U-turn" over alliance talks, prompting the Delhi chief minister to strike him back.Gandhi had said while the doorways of his party are available, time is running out, but Kejriwal slammed himquestioning what U-turn was talking about as the discussions were on.

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