Lok Sabha Elections 2019: BJP-JDU to fight 18-18 seats
2019 Lok Sabha Elections: The matter of seat sharing between NDA constituents will depend on the next step of RLSP chief Upendra Kushwaha. However, the ongoing strike in NDA has already written the script for seat sharing. According to the information, in the event of breaking the ties with the NDA of Upendra Kushwaha, the three component groups in the form of JDU, BJP and LJP will survive.
There is a discussion of having two formulas fixed on such an appointment. The first formula is 18-18 and four while the second is 17-17 and six. Now which of these formula will the NDA land on the ground in the Lok Sabha elections in 2019, it will depend on LJP supremo Ram Vilas Paswan. It has been said that Paswan has two options. If they do not want to go to the Rajya Sabha if they do not contest the Lok Sabha elections, then four candidates from LJP will be in the Lok Sabha elections.
If Ram Vilas Pasapan himself also contested the Lok Sabha elections, his party could get a total of six seats. Then the BJP and JDU will divide 17-17 seats. Significantly, Jaitu’s national president Nitish Kumar had met BJP National President Amit Shah on October 26 in Delhi. On the same day, Shah made a press conference and announced that in Bihar BJP and JDU will contest in equal number of seats.
Arun with pendra member in NDA
Before this, RLSP chief Upendra Kushwaha, who is being isolated in the NDA, got the support of MP Arun Kumar. If the BJP and the LJP have targeted Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on the attack of Upendra, then Arun Kumar, MP, is standing with Kushwaha. He also opened a front against Chief Minister along with the Deputy Chief Minister.
Dr Arun Kumar, who isolated from Rolpa, on Wednesday held a press conference in Delhi justifying the charges of the Chief Minister Kushwaha. He said that both JDU and Ralospa are in the NDA. In such a way, the NDA leaders should answer the charges of Kushwaha.