"The common agenda of both JVM and AAP is anti-corruption. So we welcome talks between the two parties," JVM's principal general secretary Pradip Yadav told a news conference.
    
Yadav said JVM's Lok Sabha member Ajay Kumar had some discussions with the leaders. Claiming he had "political discussions" with the AAP's top level leadership, Kumar disagreed to a query that AAP had reportedly said it was JVM's one-sided effort.
    
"Who said it, tell me one name... I spoke to the top leadership; at Prasantji's (Bhusan) level," Kumar, who was present at the press conference, retorted to the question.
    
"It was only political discussions," he said when asked to throw light on any tie-up with AAP in Jharkhand.

(Agencies)

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