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06 October 2020 Current Events LJP's Exit Makes Bihar Election Wide Open

Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) has decided to go it alone in the upcoming Bihar assembly polls starting on October 28. With the exit of LJP from the NDA Bihar election is going to be dicier. The majority of Dalit votes are likely to go in favor of LJP. A fortnight ago, NDA was way ahead against its rivals, but its decision may change Bihar polls' arithmetic. LJP has differences with Nitish rather than NDA, LJP's decision to field 122 candidates from where JD (U) would fight. It seems like a vote cutting exercise.


LJP's Exit Makes Bihar Election Wide Open

Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) has decided to go it alone in the upcoming Bihar assembly polls starting on October 28. With the exit of LJP from the NDA Bihar election is going to be dicier. The majority of Dalit votes are likely to go in favor of LJP. A fortnight ago, NDA was way ahead against its rivals, but its decision may change Bihar polls' arithmetic. LJP has differences with Nitish rather than NDA, LJP's decision to field 122 candidates from where JD (U) would fight. It seems like a vote cutting exercise.




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