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Support given to PM Modi’s ‘One Nation One Election’ in JDU’s National Executive

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New Delhi: 08 July :- Resolution passed in the JDU’s national executive meeting According to sources, in this resolution, the party has supported PM Narendra Modi’s ‘One Nation One Election’. At the same time the Assam Citizenship Amendment Bill is opposed. Let me tell you that the JDU National Executive meeting is going on in Delhi. JDU Chairman Nitish Kumar will also address party workers in this meeting. After all the troubles that have taken place in the relationship with the BJP, everyone is looking at what Nitish does in this message. This meeting is also important as the Lok Sabha elections are going to be held in 2019 and there is also a lot of grief about the sharing of seats in Bihar in the NDA. Today’s meeting is also being told to make Agenda party out of Bihar.

Party spokesman Rajiv Ranjan said, “We are trying to spread the party out of Bihar and the decision of the next strategy will be held in this meeting.” He said that we are with NDA and will remain. He said who is going to ask for a spot from the stunning place. Talking to Nitish Kumar on Laloo ji was just a courtesy.

Party senior leader K.C. Tyagi said, “In the 2019 Lok Sabha election, JDU will be in the role of big brother in the allotment of seats. The party will contest the elections on more seats. ‘ This statement of Casey Tyagi came at a time when BJP President Amit Shah is scheduled to visit Bihar where he will meet party leaders and workers and also meet Bihar Chief Minister and JD (U) President Amit Shah. Casey Tyagi said that if the settlement of seats for the 2019 elections in Bihar becomes easy, then in 2020 there will be no problem for assembly elections. According to sources, there is a clear indication from the JDU that he is not ready to compromise on lesser seats.

Many JDU leaders have demanded to restore their earlier dominant position in the NDA, as it had its impact until the alliance broke its alliance in 2013. After the unprecedented success of the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP’s base in Bihar is increasing and it will not want JDU to get a bigger party status. Political analysts believe that Kumar is making efforts to get 15 Lok Sabha seats in 2019. In the 2014 general elections, the BJP had won 22 of the 40 Lok Sabha seats in the state and its alliance partners LJP and Ralppa had won in six and three seats respectively. JDU then won only two seats.

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