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PATNA: The Congress party has decided to hold virtual rallies across Bihar from September 1 ahead of the upcoming Assembly elections in the state.
According to sources, the rallies will be held district- and block-wise across the state.
Rahul Gandhi is also likely to address the rally on September 1 but there can be a change in the date, party sources told ANI.
On Saturday, a screening committee meeting was held by the Congress party. In the meeting, committee chairman Avinash pandey, Bihar in-charge Shaktisinh Gohil and other leaders were present.
The development comes as several top BJP leaders are scheduled to arrive in Bihar after September 6 in view of the upcoming Assembly polls.
Earlier, Congress Rajya Sabha MP from Bihar and Congress Campaign Committee chief Akhilesh Prasad Singh had said that the seat-sharing in Grand Alliance (Mahagathbandhan) has still not been finalised but added that all smaller allies like Left front, RLSP, HAM will be adjusted.
It was reported that left parties, especially the Communist Party of India (CPI), CPM and CPI(ML), are ready for an alliance with the Mahagathbandhan to "defeat the NDA" in the upcoming Bihar Assembly elections.
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