Bihar Meeting Election 2020: BJP chief Rajendra Singh joins LJP, to contest from Dinara in Rohtas


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BJP chief Rajendra Singh joins LJP, to contest from Dinara in Rohtas

Senior Bharatiya Janata Get together (BJP) Rajendra Singh on Tuesday joined the Lok Janshakti Get together (LJP). Singh joined the LJP in presence of occasion’s nationwide president Chirag Paswan in Delhi, information company ANI reported. 

Singh is understood for his shut proximity with the RSS. He hails from Rohtas district within the southern Bihar. Singh was the BJP’s Bihar unit vice chairman.

In line with reviews, Singh is more likely to contest elections from the Dinara Meeting seat. 

Singh was sad over denial of a ticket to contest elections. As per the seat-sharing formulation between the BJP and JD(U), the latter will contest from right here. The JD(U) has fielded Jai Kumar Singh. Singh is a sitting MLA from Dinara. He’s serving as Minister of the Division of Science and Know-how within the Nitish Kumar authorities. 

Singh had performed key position in constructing the occasion construction within the state. In addition to, he had additionally campaigned extensively for the occasion in Jharkhand within the 2014 elections. Singh had contested elections in 2015 from Dinara seat, however misplaced to Jai Kumar.

The event comes days after LJP introduced its exit from the NDA. The NDA in Bihar contains BJP, JD(U), HAM, and VIP. 

Polling in Bihar can be held in three-phase on October 28, November three, and November 7. Outcomes can be declared on November 10. 

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