Bihar Assembly Elections Segregation of seats in Mahagathbandhan

Bihar Assembly Elections Segregation of seats in Mahagathbandhan

The seats were split in the Grand Coalition for the elections to the Bihar Legislative Assembly. Out of 243 seats in the Bihar Legislative Assembly, Rashtriya Janata Dal 144, the Congress of 70, and the Left Parties will contest 29 seats.

The leaders of the Grand Alliance provided details on the allocation of seats in Patna at a press conference. This was attended by members of all the parties of the Grand Alliance. Explain that RJD, Congress, CPI-ML, CPIM, CPI, and VIP are all part of the grand alliance.

Speaking of seat-sharing, the CPI has six seats, the CPIM has four seats and the CPI-ML has 19 seats. It is said that RJD will be able to reveal the seats of VIP and JMM in the next two to three days.

The VIP was expected to offer RJD seats out of its quota, but the battle began as soon as the seats were separated in the Grand Alliance. After which Supreme VIP Mukesh Sahni declared that he would leave the grand alliance in the middle of the press conference.

In a press conference, Mukesh Sahni said that what’s going on with us right now is backstabbing. I’m coming out of this alliance and I’m coming to talk to the media tomorrow. Let us tell you that VIP was requesting 25 seats.

It is assumed that the appointment process will be expedited as soon as the conflict between the Allies in the Grand Alliance and the NDA is settled. Sitting sharing in the NDA has not yet been achieved and the matter has been blocked by LJP President Chirag Paswan.

October 12 is the final date for the removal of the appointment in the first round of the election. Chief Minister of State and Nitish Kumar, the leader of the governing coalition, are quite keen to return to state control for the fourth time.

At the same time, the opposition grand alliance headed by Lalu Yadav’s younger son, Tejashwi Yadav, is anxious to get the key to power by telling the Nitish government that it has collapsed on issues such as coronary virus, migrant workers’ crisis, education, law and order, floods and the plight of farmers.

Now let’s see when this seat-sharing mathematics will end in the coming period. How did you like the news? Tell us about this by posting in the comment section.