IAC to field candidates in Orissa
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The Arvind Kejriwal-led India Against Corruption (IAC) announced on Friday that it would field candidates for all the 147 Assembly and 21 Lok Sabha seats in Orissa in the next elections.
"While the ruling BJD has turned out to be a dalal of capitalists, both the Congress and BJP have failed as the opposition. The IAC will emerge as an alternative for the people of Orissa," Manish Sisodia, a core committee member of the IAC, told reporters. He accused CM Naveen Patnaik of favouring a private steel firm in allotment of a coal block.
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