As the elections are approaching and along with which the confusion as well, during Bihar elections NDA associates over foundation sharing for the Lok Sabha elections insisted amidst Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal restating on Tuesday it had contracted a good deal with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), but Upendra Kushwaha’s RLSP and Ram Vilas Paswan’s Lok Janshakti Party categorically denied any final understanding on the issue.
Bharatiya Janata Party one of the two significant political parties in India, accompanying with the Indian National Congress and also the country’s greatest political party in terms of representation in the national parliament and state assemblies is tieing a knot with Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) to proclaim a revised seat-sharing deal for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls on Saturday with the saffron party corresponding to consider six seats for an extension of two, for its ally, along with one Rajya Sabha place. Which means LJP can compete for 5 seats in Bihar and 1 in UP, Also the alliance’s adherence in Bihar.
LJP has proposed an increased demand for the number of seats after the exit of Kushwaha’s and to which Anand stated it clearly that his party won’t accept two seats under any formula “We won three out of three seats in 2014 and our party has expanded its base since then. So there is no question of agreeing on two seats” said Anand.
While on the other hand, news came from Nitish that his reemphasised party would except an equal match amount of seats or one less than the BJP in 2019. But the party undeviatingly condemned Nitish Kumar for building blurring over seat sharing while the announcement on September 16.
But currently, LJP references said they were positive of JD(U) conforming to the seat-sharing equation as with two courses of discussion with BJP president Amit Shah and Bihar’s in-charge Bhupendra Yadav made some progress but still did not confirm a deal.
Afterwards, In the negotiations with Paswan’s party, it was apparently symbolised the importance of the partnership for the saffron party as the ally’s departure. And BJP counterbalancing the opportunity to offer a seat to LJP in UP also grows the importance.
Also, with LJP planning to send its president to Rajya Sabha, for the use while addressing more rallies in Dalit dominated areas across the country for NDA.
And as on now, Strengthening the seat-sharing arrangements, KC Tyagi the JD(U) spokesperson responded that the presidents of three Bihar NDA components would hold a joint press conference in Delhi.