Ahead Of Key Meet Today, JD-U Says It’ll Be Big Brother In 2019 In Bihar


Patna: 

A day in advance of its nationwide government assembly in Delhi, BJP ally JD(U) on Saturday categorically made it crystal clear the social gathering will engage in massive brother in Bihar and Main Minister Nitish Kumar will be the experience of NDA in the condition.

The Janata Dal-United also spelt out its prepare to contest more seats in the condition in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls amid speculation of rising discrepancies above seat sharing in the Nationwide Democratic Alliance (NDA).

Senior JD-U leader KC Tyagi stated: “JD-U will be a massive brother in seat sharing for 2019 polls in Bihar.” The social gathering would contest more seats.

Mr Tyagi’s assertion assumes political significance in perspective of BJP President Amit Shah’s likely go to to Bihar up coming 7 days wherever he will meet and deal with hundreds of social gathering leaders and staff to discuss preparations for polls up coming calendar year. Mr Shah is set to meet Nitish Kumar also.

Bihar Main Minister has still left for Delhi to show up at a high-level assembly with major social gathering leaders on Saturday, in advance of party’s nationwide government assembly on Sunday in which seat sharing formulation will be talked about.

Mr Tyagi stated if seat sharing is finalised effortlessly in the NDA for Lok Sabha polls, there would be no issue in Bihar assembly polls in 2020.

In accordance to sources, JD-U management has conveyed to the BJP that they are not inclined to settle with significantly less amount of seats and are eager to contest more seats than the BJP in perspective of party’s high tally of MLAs in the condition.

This stand of JD-U could spell problems for the NDA in Bihar with regard to seat sharing, as the Bharatiya Janata Occasion (BJP) is eager to engage in the “massive brother” offered its much better-than-envisioned efficiency in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls. 



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