LDFM likely to play key role in forming next Manipur govt
Assam Tribune | Imphal, Jan 17 -
The newly-floated six-party alliance – Left and Democratic Front Manipur (LDFM) – is likely to play a key role in forming the next government in Manipur which goes to Assembly polls on March 4 and 8, as most of its constituent parties have a number of ex-ministers and MLAs.
“Besides we are also expecting more promising candidates this time. After all, the front has been formed to fight against corruption and communalism,” claimed a senior LDFM functionary in Manipur. “We are also fielding a good number of candidates at key constituencies.”
The LDFM was formed by six recognised and registered non-Congress and non-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) political parties, namely Manipur State Council of CPI, CPI (Marxist), Manipur State units of Janata Dal (United), Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Nationalist Congress Party and the newly-formed Manipur National Democratic Front (MNDF),
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