A major decision has been taken in the meeting of the Lok Janshakti Party, the Lok Janshakti Party, running in Delhi for the Bihar Vidhansabha Chunav 2020. According to sources, the meeting has decided not to contest elections under the leadership of Nitish Kumar. The proposal of LJP BJP government has been passed in the meeting. According to sources, all the LJP MLAs will strengthen the hands of PM Modi (PM Modi). The LJP is not willing to back down on the issues raised through Bihar 1st Bihari 1st for a year in the meeting. All the party members are present in the LJP meeting. Pashupati Paras and Kaiser are linked in the meeting via video conference due to Corona and operation.
According to sources, the LJP parliamentary board meeting chaired by party president Chirag Paswan passed a resolution favoring an alliance with the BJP and said that its MLA would strengthen the hand of Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi). Will work for
LJP’s alliance with NDA may break in state
The BJP has already announced that the NDA will contest the Bihar elections under the leadership of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. In such a situation, the LJP’s alliance with the NDA may be broken in the state. But the alliance with the BJP at the Center may continue. The BJP Central Election Committee is meeting this evening to finalize the party’s candidates for the assembly elections. The first phase of voting for the Bihar elections will be held on October 28.
LJP will ask for votes against Nitish’s face!
The Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) has brought a new formula on Sunday. The ALP will continue as a constituent of the NDA, but in the Bihar assembly elections it will seek votes against the face of Chief Minister Nitish, the leader of this alliance. For this, LJP will try the Manipur Formula in Bihar. Sources said that the LJP has decided that it will contest the Bihar assembly elections with its vision document. The party will not seek votes in the elections with a JDU vision. There is no bitterness between LJP and BJP. Friendly fighting may occur in many seats between the NDA constituents.
Party Chief Chirag Paswan and other members involved in LJP meeting