Bihar Politics: LJP claims mid-term elections will be held in Bihar, party is preparing to contest on 243 seats
Patna, 28/9:Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) claims that the present government of Bihar is not going to last. Mid-term elections are set to be held in Bihar. In such a situation, the party is preparing to contest the entire 243 seats for the assembly elections, not just two. The party’s Bihar state media in-charge cum spokesperson Krishna Singh Kallu has said these things by issuing a press release on Tuesday. He said that JDU will get to know its position once again in the assembly by-elections to be held on two seats.
Lalan Singh will not be able to save even a seat
On behalf of the party, it was said, “In the 2 seats where by-elections are to be held in Bihar, one seat is Tarapur in Munger and the other is Kusheshwarsthan in Darbhanga. National President of JDU, Lalan Singh is an MP from Munger. Lalan Singh Will not be able to save even the seat of his constituency and obviously Chief Minister Nitish Kumar as well as JDU national president Lalan Singh will know his political status.
The press release said, “Nitish Kumar’s land has slipped in Bihar and Nitish Kumar is not even a reliable ally of BJP, so BJP cannot help him even if he wants. There is a lot of resentment among the people at the local level.” And the effect of this displeasure will be visible in the assembly by-election. Our national president Chirag Paswan has already said about the mid-term elections in Bihar, so we are preparing for 243 seats. LJP will fight alone in both the seats in the by-election and victory will be ensured. “