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. In response to LJP’s decision not to contest elections under Nitish’s leadership, Chirag Paswan said, “I am happy with today’s decision. Let me enjoy my moment.”
After the LJP’s Central Parliamentary Board meeting in Delhi, Chirag Paswan made a victory sign saying, “I will not say much, but we will win the battle.” The party’s national general secretary Abdul Khaliq said, “Lok Janshakti Party will not contest the upcoming Bihar elections with Janata Dal (United) due to ideological differences.”
LJP separated from Bihar NDA
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 has been broken in the state. But the alliance continues with the BJP at the Center. 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.
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LJP will ask for votes against Nitish’s face
The Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) on Sunday decided that the LJP would continue as a constituent of the NDA, but would seek votes against the face of Chief Minister Nitish, the leader of this alliance, in the Bihar assembly elections. For this, LJP will try the Manipur Formula in Bihar. In the meeting held in Delhi, 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.