With National Democratic Alliance’s (NDA) dramatic win within the Bihar Assembly elections, Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) president Chirag Paswan congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the victory, claiming that CM Nitish Kumar solely gained due to him.
Chirag, who left NDA simply earlier than the polls, mentioned that the voters within the state have expressed their religion in PM Modi and it’s obligatory that BJP will get stronger to usher in growth within the state.
Addressing a press convention, the LJP chief mentioned that the LJP gave a tricky struggle in tough circumstances. “We don’t have much to lose but the possibilities were infinite. In 2025 elections, we will do good as we have prepared the ground in this election. We performed well on majority of the seats.”
“We tried our level best. I got only 10 days to prepare post my father’s death. Happy that Bihar gave love to LJP, around 25 Lakh voters trusted ‘Bihar First, Bihari First’ & we secured 6% votes while contesting alone. We were called ‘pichhlaggu party’ that can do something only with other’s support. We showed courage,” he added.
Notably, LJP contested elections alone and managed to win just one seat within the 243-member meeting.
The NDA secured 125 seats and crossed the magic mark of 122 seats within the 243-member home, surging forward of the important thing opposition Grand Alliance often called Mahagathbandhan that might handle 110 seats even after the Tejashwi Yadav-led Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) emerged as the one largest get together with 75 seats.
Despite the stoop in numbers, Nitish Kumar, who was declared the NDA’s Chief Ministerial candidate by the BJP brass, together with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and get together chief JP Nadda, is ready to take over the reins of the federal government.
AIMIM emerged as a shock bundle within the polls by profitable 5 seats, which had gained a foothold after profitable a seat in a by-election in Bihar earlier. It made important inroads into the Seemanchanchal area which has a big presence of the Muslim voters. However, Chirag’s LJP, which gained two seats in 2015, may solely clinch one seat for the get together.