Bhim Army chief Chandrashekhar Azad (Photo Credits: PTI)
Patna: Bhim Army and Azad Samaj Party chief Chandrashekhar Azad announced to contest Bihar Assembly elections to be held this year on Tuesday. He said that “In view of the Bihar elections, our party is making strong preparations in all the seats”. Calling a press conference in Patna, Azad said that his party will contest all the seats where the party is strong. However, he also said that the party is preparing for all seats.
Taking a dig at the Nitish government, he said that the politics of lies will no longer work in Bihar. Even today, about half of Bihar is submerged in floods and there is a big problem of employment here. Most of the youth here go to other states for employment. Also read: Bihar Assembly Elections 2020: RJD and Congress face to face regarding this issue, will the grand alliance break before the election
He said that people have seen the problem of health and education here. Chandrasekhar claimed, “Our role is going to be important in this election. This time our party will be successful in stopping the ‘double engine’ government in Bihar.”