Bihar Election Newest Information: Campaigning for the primary section of Bihar Meeting election concluded on Monday. Voting for 71 Meeting seats is scheduled for October 28. The ruling Nationwide Democratic Alliance (NDA)’s campaigning was spearheaded by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and CM Nitish Kumar himself, the Opposition Mahagathbandhan noticed Congress former president Rahul Gandhi and Rashtriya Janata Dal’s chief ministerial face Tejashwi Yadav main from the entrance. Whereas PM Modi held three back-to-back rallies, Rahul Gandhi too held a pair rallies on the identical day.
Amid the heated political environment within the state, a video has gone viral exhibiting a high RJD chief admitting that the NDA has a ‘assure’ to retain energy.
The video reveals senior RJD chief Abdul Bari Siddiqui interacting with Deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi.
“Aap log ka to agle paanch saal assure hai…humlog ka assure hai? (You’ve a assure for the subsequent 5 years..do we now have that?)” Siddiqui is heard saying within the video.
The video is claimed to be shot on August three when the leaders have been inspecting the preparations on the venue the place Meeting session of Bihar Meeting was to be held. The Meeting proceedings needed to be shifted out of the Vidhan Sabha constructing to an auditorium as a result of Coronavirus outbreak.
अब्दुल बारी सिद्दीक़ी ने स्वीकार किया की आप लोगों की ५ साल की assure है वापस सरकार मैं आने की हमलोगों का क्या? pic.twitter.com/E2tflSc9IX
— Sushil Kumar Modi (@SushilModi) October 26, 2020
Sushil Modi, in a tweet, additionally shared particulars about his interplay with Siddiqui. “Abdul Bari Siddiqui is a senior chief who is aware of the bottom realities. He had full confidence that the BJP-JDU authorities will probably be re-elected underneath the management of Nitish Kumar,” Modi stated in his tweet.
The 71 constituencies going to vote on October 28 fall in six districts, together with naxal-hit Gaya, Rohtas and Aurangabad. Among the many distinguished events whereas RJD is contesting on 42 of the 71 seats within the first section, JD-U has fielded candidates in 41 constituencies, BJP (29), Congress (21) and LJP is contesting from 41 seats.
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