Bihar Elections At The End Of 2020, How All Seem In Difficulties
The politics of Bihar has been full of turmoil since the beginning, with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar keeping his seat safe in the last three assembly elections. Janata Dal (United) national president Nitish Kumar is once again preparing to become the chief minister. In 2015, JDU and RJD fought elections in alliance with Congress and Nitish Kumar once again became Chief Minister but this alliance did not last long. And Nitish Kumar left the RJD and Congress and took BJP’s hand and proved a majority in 131 seats in the assembly.
Elections will be held in Bihar at the end of 2020 but the rhetoric has started in Bihar politics. Elections in Bihar 2020 will probably be held by the end of the year. The year 2020 has brought the color of elections at its beginning and end. Elections are scheduled to be held initially in Delhi and finally in Bihar. It is clear that the trend of the BJP in the states is becoming less visible in the public. The way the BJP has faced defeat in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, and Delhi, it proves that the state-level leadership of the BJP has been weak. The BJP had always been winning on the strength of the national leadership. Prime Minister heartily accepted the face of Mr. Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister but had to face defeat in the Assembly elections due to weak local leadership. Although Nitish Kumar’s JDU party is with the BJP so far in Bihar, the LJP has created a new crisis by deciding to fight separately for 43 seats.
Recently JDU party MP RCP Singh has said in an interview to the media that the Bihar Assembly elections of 2020 will be 15 years versus 15 years. This election will be contested between 15 years of RJD rule from 1990 to 2005 and then from 2005 to 2020, under the actions of Nitish Kumar led government. RCP Singh has said that there is fear on one side and trust on the other. He said that he has expectations from the public that after seeing the development works of the last 15 years, he will again give him his responsibility.
Lok Janshakti Party announced to contest 43 seats
LJP MP and Dalit Army National President Pashupati Kumar Paras said that his party contested 43 seats in 2015 as well. This time the LJP needs the same number of seats in seat sharing. Paras, the younger brother of Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan, said his party’s ‘strike rate’ in the Lok Sabha elections has been 100 percent.
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Congress in zeal after Jharkhand election result
Encouraged by the Jharkhand election result, the Congress is also pressing for seats in the Grand Alliance. Senior Congress leader Rabindranath Mishra said that the people in Bihar are confident of the Congress, as well as the mass base of Congress in Bihar has increased rapidly. He said that the Congress is preparing to contest 100 seats and the way the atmosphere is being created, the Congress will have no difficulty in getting 100 seats in the alliance. The Grand Alliance of opposition parties currently includes the RJD, Congress and us, besides the Rashtriya Lok Samata Party and the Vikas Insan Party.
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