Bihar Assembly Election 2020: NDA likely to make a final call on seat sharing
New Delhi: Bihar assembly election are around the corner and the NDA’s in full discussion mode over the seats. The NDA’a ongoing row over seats may end today as it is believed that the NDA will officially take its final decision regarding seat sharing today. JP Nadda will discuss search sharing with JDU top leaders.
Many other top leaders of BJP and JDU are reaching Delhi and suppose to meet. Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi and State Health Minister Mangal Pandey have left for Delhi. BJP National President JP Nadda will hold a meeting with these leaders in Delhi.
Significantly, on Tuesday evening, BJP state president Sanjay Kumar Jaiswal and organization in-charge Nagendra reached Delhi. On the other hand, top JDU leaders have also been called to Delhi. According to the source, MP Rajeev Ranjan, who is discussing ticket distribution on behalf of JDU, can also come to Delhi on Wednesday.
The final call on the seat sharing will be done between BJP and JDU in the Delhi. The announcement on the matter will made in post press conference.
According to sources, after the seat-sharing formula is ready, there will be an official announcement of coordination between JDU-BJP and Manjhi’s party. It has been reported that if Chirag Paswan-led LJP decides to break away from the NDA, then JDU can benefit from it. It has been told that JDU will get 127 seats in the account of the separation of LJP.
However, it has not been officially announced. Senior LJP leaders have explained to the party president Chirag Paswan that it is not right to contest elections alone in this environment. It is believed that Chirag’s LJP is unlikely to separate from the NDA.
Chirag Paswan said to be with the NDA alliance and he can take a final decision on this issue on Wednesday. Most of the LJP leaders have reached Delhi and are likely to attend the meeting to be held under the leadership of Nadda.