Bihar vidhan sabha election taza khabar: LJP has fielded candidates against BJP in Bihar elections explains this reason


After separating from BJP in Bihar elections, Lok Janshakti Party leader Chirag Paswan announced that he will not field a candidate against BJP. But in the list of LJP candidates released on Tuesday, there was a name which has been fielded against BJP. It is LJP’s sitting MLA Raju Tiwari who will contest against BJP in Govindganj assembly seat.

In this regard, LJP says that Govindganj is our sitting seat and Raju Tiwari is the senior leader of the party. In such a situation, we cannot leave that seat. Let us tell you that LJP National President Chirag Paswan said on Monday that the next government in Bihar will be formed under the leadership of BJP, which will also include LJP. All LJP MLAs will work under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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Let us tell you that LJP will field its candidates against JDU in the elections. But the party is continuously repeating that its alliance with the BJP will continue. LJP has been talking about contesting on 143 seats from the beginning. Nawada MP Chandan Singh said that LJP will contest separately from JDU and will win a large number of seats and reach the assembly.

It may be noted that LJP has announced that it will not field its candidate against BJP candidates in the assembly elections. Now it is also being told that in some seats it will also fight friendly with the BJP. Another LJP MLA Rajkumar Sah is an MLA from Lalganj and this seat is also given to BJP under NDA. In such a situation, what LJP will do here will be decided further.

Here LJP has started giving symbols to its candidates. LJP state president Princeraj also reached Patna at night from Delhi with some of his own symbols. On the seats where the first phase elections are held, the LJP candidates will file nominations for seven and eight.


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