Breaking office furniture in party offices in various districts, the demonstrators took to the streets coming out in massive processions, burnt effigies of their party leaders.
    
They claimed that despite the grass-root workers working all this while to ensure the victory of their party candidates, the leadership stitched the alliance for seat sharing to deprive them from contesting the polls.
    
The protestors from both parties also claimed that though their respective candidates had the potential to win from the seats, now "the seats have been sold to new ones who have never worked in the constituency.
    
"They have underestimated our worth and what we can do", they said. They alleged the party leadership went ahead with the alliance to serve their narrow political interest despite the party leaders and workers at the grass-root and constituency level strongly opposing their respective parties' joining hands with each other.

 

 

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