Election symbol of Congress and BJP (File Photo)
Patna, 17 September: A team from the Election Commission has returned after reviewing the preparations for the Assembly elections in Bihar and it is expected that the dates of the elections will be announced soon, but the constituents of the seat sharing in the two alliances so far There is confusion among the parties. There is a lot of ruckus among the leaders of constituents about the areas. The BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) still maintains a tussle over seat-sharing between Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) and Janata Dal (United).
In the LJP’s meeting held in New Delhi on Wednesday, the NDA has increased uneasiness by indicating that it will contest 143 seats. However, the political circles of Bihar are being told only the politics of pressure. Here, BJP and JDU have also not opened their cards regarding seat sharing. Bihar BJP State President Sanjay Jaiswal says that the BJP (BJP) will field its candidates in their traditional seats. However, he also said that there is no confusion about the alliance.
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He said that in the past, party president J.P. Nadda (JP Nadda) has met the Chief Minister and JDU President Nitish Kumar on the tour of Bihar and clarified that there is no problem in the alliance. Here, there is still a tussle over seats in the grand alliance of opposition parties. Smaller parties in the Grand Alliance – Vikas Insan Party and Rashtriya Loksamata Party (RLSP) are in the role of ‘weight and watch’. According to the sources, till now, the RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav has not even started talks about seat sharing. Leaders of constituents are talking to RJD state president Jagdanand Singh.
A Congress leader in the grand alliance said on the condition of not publishing the name that the Congress will not know which seats will be part of the party. In such a situation, what preparation will the candidate do in his favorite field. He expressed anger that due to the delay in seat sharing, the Grand Alliance was badly defeated in the Lok Sabha, the same situation is being created again in this election.
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RLSP chief Upendra Kushwaha has also expressed his displeasure over the delay in seat sharing, saying that the sooner the seat sharing is done, the better it will be. It has already been delayed a lot. It is noteworthy that former Chief Minister Jeetan Ram Manjhi’s party Hindustani Awam Morcha has already left the Grand Alliance and joined the NDA due to non-acceptance of the demand of Coordination Committee in the Grand Alliance.
However, Bihar assembly elections are likely to be held in October and November. It is believed that under the circumstances, the main contest in the election will be between the two alliances, but as of now the situation in the seat sharing is unclear with the leaders of both the coalitions.