BJP, JD(U), LJP to collectively struggle polls


Tribune News Service

New Delhi, August 23

Putting an finish to hypothesis and drawing the road for NDA’s warring Bihar companions LJP and JD(U), the BJP chief, JP Nadda, right this moment mentioned the party-led coalition would contest the Assembly elections as one pressure with CM Nitish Kumar because the face of the alliance.

Nadda’s remarks, at a digital meet of the Bihar BJP, come amid a confrontation between the Janata Dal (U) and the Chirag Paswan-headed Lok Janshakti Party. Chirag has been focusing on Nitish over his dealing with of the migrant disaster, Covid pandemic and floods. However, Nadda right this moment not solely praised the Bihar Government’s dealing with of the pandemic and floods, but in addition made it clear that the polls could be fought below Nitish.

It would be the first time that the three events will likely be contesting collectively. As allies within the 2019 Lok Sabha elections , they gained all however considered one of 40 seats

Nadda was joined by a number of Union ministers elected from Bihar within the assembly. Calling the Opposition within the state a “spent force”, Nadda mentioned: “It has neither ideology nor vision nor any spirit to serve people, and it can’t rise above petty politics.”



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