AIMIM main Asaduddin Owaisi on Friday announced that his celebration will contest Bihar Assembly polls in alliance with Devendra Prasad Yadav’s Samajwadi Janata Dal (Democratic).
He mentioned that the alliance will defeat the NDA and will teach a lesson to Congress and other “so known as” political events.
“We welcome this determination. Of course, it would be complicated to consider component in elections throughout an epidemic but AIMIM is prepared for this. Majlis along with Devendra Prasad Yadav’s Samajwadi Janata Dal (Democratic) will contest Bihar polls below “United Democratic Secular Alliance. Inshallah, we will not only defeat the Nitish-Modi duo but will also teach a lesson to the Congress and other so called secular functions,” Owaisi tweeted.
The Bihar Assembly elections will be held in a few phases with polling to just take place on Oct 28, and November 3 and 7, with the counting of votes to choose place on November 10.
In the 2015 Assembly polls, JDU, RJD, and Congress had fought the elections with each other beneath the Mahagathbandhan banner. On the other hand, the BJP-led NDA had fought the elections with Lok Janshakti Social gathering (LJP) and other allies.
RJD with 80 seats had emerged as the solitary largest get together in the elections, followed by JDU (71), and BJP (53). Nonetheless, BJP acquired the greatest vote share (24.42 for every cent), followed by RJD with 18.35 for each cent and JDU (16.83 for each cent).
Just after the polls, having said that, a rift emerged involving JDU and the RJD in 2017, leading to Main Minister Nitish Kumar snapping ties and rejoining ties with the BJP-led NDA to keep ability in Bihar.
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