- Important meeting of Chirag Paswan in Delhi today
- Meeting convened at 12 Janpath, residence of Ram Vilas
- LJP may take a decision regarding future in NDA in the meeting
- Chirag is constantly attacking Nitish
Everyone’s eyes are on what the strategy of Lok Janshakti Party will be about Bihar Assembly Elections 2020. Meanwhile, the party president Chirag Paswan Meet LJP MPs has called an important meeting of all LJP MPs today. Party sources said that in this meeting, the LJP’s strategy to field candidates for 143 seats in the upcoming assembly elections may be decided.
Chirag Paswan convened an important meeting of LJP MPs
This meeting has been convened at 12 Janpath i.e. the Delhi residence of Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan. During the last meeting of LJP in Delhi itself, the Bihar unit of the party proposed to field candidates for 143 seats. Party leaders appealed to the party leadership to field LJP candidates against JDU, while maintaining an alliance with BJP in the meeting. However, Chirag Paswan did not open leaves on it at that time. Now party MPs can be decided in today’s meeting.
Chirag is constantly attacking Nitish
Chirag is not leaving any chance to attack Nitish Kumar. Recently, he wrote several letters to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, in which the issues of opposition related to Bihar were raised. On 15 September i.e. yesterday, he tweeted a rap song by an actor Manoj Vaipayee and also tagged CM Nitish in it. This rap song is made about labor and brain drain from Bihar.
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Decision may be taken on the candidates fielding 143 seats
The LJP has six members in the Lok Sabha from the state and one member in the Rajya Sabha is its founder and Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan. The party is also hopeful that a decision will be taken by the time of the meeting on the seat sharing between the two main parties of the NDA – JDU and BJP led by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. LJP sources said that any attempt to weaken the party’s position in the state would go against the JDU.
LJP leadership angry with JDU
Party sources alleged that JDU is continuously degrading LJP. The ruling party cited the decision to join hands with Dalit leader Jeetan Ram Manjhi, who has a history of targeting the LJP. The base of LJP is predominantly Dalit class. It is obvious that many things will either be decided today or they will let the BJP and JDU camp continue to remain tense, leaving the Chirag case unresolved.