New Delhi: The allocation of seats in the NDA has been decided for the Bihar Assembly elections. The formula has been decided after the decision of LJP, according to which sources, according to sources, the BJP will contest elections on 121 seats in the state while JDU will field its candidates in 122 seats. Under the new agreement, JDU will give Jitan Ram Manjhi’s party 5 tickets from its quota.
Formula decided after the decision of LJP
The major reason behind the NDA’s consensus on seat sharing in Bihar was the decision of the LJP, under which they decided to contest separate elections due to ideological differences with the Janata Dal (United) in the alliance in the assembly elections. Party sources said that the LJP parliamentary board proposed an alliance with the BJP for the Bihar assembly elections. LJP sources said that the party can contest 143 seats in the 243-member assembly of Bihar and will not field its candidate against BJP candidates.
Earlier Chirag Paswan met BJP President JP Nadda and also spoke to Union Home Minister Amit Shah as the BJP leadership wants to maintain the alliance. Sources said that the LJP is also unhappy with the seats offered to it in the seat-sharing arrangement and is hoping to damage the JD (U) ‘s electoral prospects.
The election on some seats will be interesting
On behalf of the LJP, it was said that in many seats there can be an ideological fight with JDU so that the public can decide on which seats the candidate is better in the interest of Bihar.