Chirag Paswan’s LJP Releases Second List Of Candidates For Bihar Polls

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Chirag Paswan’s LJP Releases Second List Of Candidates For Bihar Polls

Chirag Paswan's LJP Releases Second List Of Candidates For Bihar Polls

The LJP has already introduced an inventory of 42 candidates for the primary section of polls. (FILE)

Patna:

LJP chief Chirag Paswan Friday launched the celebration’s listing of candidates for 53 Bihar meeting seats which can go to polls within the second section and targetted the ruling JD(U) saying voting for it meant pushing the state to “backwardness”.

Releasing the second listing of candidates on Twitter, he asserted that the Lok Janshakti Get together will come to energy within the state and implement its ”Bihar first, Bihari first” imaginative and prescient doc.

The second section of elections is scheduled to be held on November 3.

Mr Paswan informed the celebration candidates, “It’s crucial for all of you to win the meeting election for the sake of Bihar’s future. Giving votes to JD(U) means pushing Bihar to backwardness.”

“The LJP is not only contesting elections, however will emerge victorious and implement Bihar first, Bihari first,” Mr Paswan, who’s a Lok Sabha member from Jamui, mentioned.

Mr Paswan additionally tweeted a couplet in Hindi: “Zulm karo mat, Zulm saho mat. Jeena Hai to marna sikho, Kadam kadam par larna sikho (Do not oppress, do not tolerate oppression. If you wish to stay, be taught to die first, additionally be taught to battle again at each step).

He additionally posted a 13-second audio clip of his father and LJP founder, late Ram Vilas Paswan, through which he’s heard reciting the identical strains to enthuse the celebration staff and woo the voters.

The LJP has already introduced an inventory of 42 candidates for the primary section of Bihar meeting election slated to be held on October 28.

The celebration has unequivocally acknowledged that it’ll put up candidates in 143 constituencies particularly to thwart the electoral possibilities of candidates of the ruling JD(U) which is contesting 122 seats.

The LJP had stop the NDA in Bihar on October four saying it should contest the state meeting ballot by itself and never below the alliance’s chief minister face and JD(U) chief Nitish Kumar.

Mr Paswan’s celebration had, nonetheless, clarified that it’ll not subject any candidate in opposition to the BJP and the choice to go it alone was taken as a result of “ideological variations” with the JD(U).

The BJP, which is contesting 121 seats, has termed the LJP as “votekatwa” (one who takes away votes) whose solely intention is to make sure that the NDA doesn’t win in Bihar.

“The celebration (LJP) which can not win a single seat in Bihar is spreading confusion by claiming to kind the federal government,” senior BJP chief and Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi mentioned.

“Paswan says he won’t let Nitish Kumar change into the CM which implies that he’s opposing the choice of PM Narendra Modi and Amit Shah. What sort of politics is it that on the one hand he (Paswan) showers reward on the PM and on the opposite opposes Nitish Kumar to whom he (PM) has prolonged his assist?” he mentioned.

The BJP has iterated that whoever opposes Kumar’s candidacy for the CM’s submit is in opposition to the BJP.

Sushil Modi termed Paswan’s declare that he has met high BJP chief Amit Shah and mentioned the Bihar polls as “false and baseless”.

The deputy chief minister mentioned that he had a chat with Mr Shah, who particularly informed him that there was no such assembly.

On the problem of ballot understanding within the Bihar meeting election between the BJP and the LJP, he mentioned there was distinction of opinion between them on seat adjustment as

Mr Paswan needed extra of them and the talks had failed. The LJP had walked out of the NDA in Bihar by itself, Suhil Modi mentioned.

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV workers and is printed from a syndicated feed.)

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