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Giving this information here, the NCP Delhi unit president, Sukhbir Panwar, informed that senior party leader, Tariq Anwar, would also be present at the public meeting, which would sound the election bugle of the party in Delhi. Mr. Panwar said being the largest constituent of the Third Front in Delhi, the NCP has asked for 25 seats out of the 70 Assembly segments. He said the Janata Dal (S) of former Prime Minister, H.D. Deve Gowda, would contest around 20 seats and the Lok Janshakti Party of Ram Vilas Paswan would contest 15 seats each in Delhi.
Mr. Panwar said the public meeting at the Ramlila ground in Jehangirpuri would be the first in a series of meetings that would be addressed by Mr. Panwar and other NCP leaders in the run up for the Assembly polls. He said former MLA, Kalu Bhaiya, is most likely to be the party candidate from this Assembly segment and promised to make the going tough for the sitting Congress MLA, Jile Singh Chauhan. Mr. Panwar was confident that his party would put up a good show in the Assembly polls. The Third Front parties, he added, were working out a collective strategy to ensure the defeat of the BJP and Congress candidates.
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