Former minister Awdhesh Singh will contest from Gaya’s Wazirganj, he has won from this seat in 2015.
In Lalu’s absence, the controversy over the seat-sharing dispute in the Grand Alliance seems to be something that has left Tejashwi appearing clueless.
Asked about their precise demands, Saraf told IANS that the LJP wants 42 seats. Saraf warned, “If our demands are not met, we are even ready to fight on 143 seats on our own in Bihar.”
The Dumka seat was vacated by Chief Minister Hemant Soren after he won the 2019 Assembly elections from Dumka and Barhet. The Bermo seat fell vacant due to the death of Congress legislator Rajendra Singh.
The maximum number of seats going to polls is from Madhya Pradesh as these fell vacant due to Jyotiraditya Scindia switching camps from the Congress to the Bharatiya Janata Party along with his supporters.
The Bihar poll campaign will see WhatsApp groups, FB Lives and door-to-door campaigns.
The party’s IT cell has created around 40,000 WhatsApp groups for rapid communication transmission, right down to the booth level workers.
The Polys Voting Machine has been created to work on distributed ledger technology
Earlier Kumari Selja was the Congress Rajya Sabha MP, she completed her tenure on May 11
The votes would be counted at 5 p.m. on the same day.
The party had a track record of getting 24.55 per cent votes in 2013 Delhi Assembly election.
Congress’ performance in Delhi has reached a bar low with the party bagging less than 5 per cent votes from 50 per cent in 2013
The highest record was set in 1998, by marking 9 women MLAs in Delhi when Congress lead Sheila Dixit assumed for the first time in office after Delhi becoming a Union Territory. In 1993, there were 3 women MLAs in Delhi, whereas the mark again dropped by 3 in 2008 and 2013.
Naresh Yadav was returning from Baba Laturia Mandir following his win in the assembly election. The MLA Naresh Yadav escaped unhurt. There are several reports claiming that there were three people involved in the firing and one has been detained.
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