Bihar Election: Chirag to field LJP candidates against JDU-HAM in 143 seats; Friendly fight on 20 from BJP! | patna – news in hindi

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Chirag Paswan and Nitish Kumar (file photo)

It is reported from sources that the LJP has objections to the leadership of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar (CM Nitish Kumar), so it will field its candidates only against the JDU and Hindustan Awam Morcha (HAM), the constituents of the NDA.

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  • Last Updated:October 3, 2020, 11:59 AM IS

Patna. The LJP Central Parliamentary Board meeting is in Delhi at 5 pm. It is being said that the party may decide to contest 143 seats in Bihar Assembly Election. The first list of 56 candidates can also come. The LJP demands that there be a logical compromise in the NDA. According to the information received, the LJP wants 42 seats based on the last assembly and Lok Sabha elections. However, there are reports of LJP offering 24 to 27 seats from the BJP. Therefore, it seems difficult to fight elections together.

The LJP has objections to the leadership of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar (CM Nitish Kumar) so it will field its candidates only against the JDU and Hindustan Awam Morcha (HAM), the constituents of the NDA. According to the information received, LJP can field candidates against JDU in every seat. There may also be a friendly fight with the BJP on the strong seats of the LJP. According to sources, there can be 20 such seats.

Significantly, despite the meeting of Chirag Paswan on Thursday with Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP National President JP Nadda (jp nadaa), no result has been found on the seat formula so far. Meanwhile, it has been said on behalf of the LJP that it will continue to raise the issue of corruption during CM Nitish’s tenure.

Let me tell you that the screw is fixed in the NDA regarding the formula for LJP. In view of this, Bihar BJP in-charge Bhupendra Yadav and Election in-charge Devendra Fandavis, who arrived in Patna on Wednesday night, returned to Delhi on Friday evening. During this time, they did not hold talks with the JDU leadership, although both of these leaders have returned to Patna on Saturday morning and it is believed that today will be the last phase to resolve the deadlock over the seats in the NDA. By the way, claims are being made from both the BJP and JDU that the NDA is united and the seat sharing formula will be finalized soon.



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