JDU Must Emerge As The Largest Party This Time In Bihar

JDU must emerge as the largest party this time in Bihar Assembly Elections. Equations and bets have changed in the upcoming assembly elections in Bihar.

The contest will take place both within and outside the ruling NDA. Because the party which contests more seats, it is more likely to win and also hopes to emerge as the largest party.

On August 5, Ram Mandir in Ayodhya caused a lot of stir across the country due to the land worship. Congress leaders also participated in this celebration, NDA leaders also congratulated. Ram Vilas Paswan, who has been a strong proponent of social justice movements, also participated in it.

But Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar (Nitish Kumar) stayed away from these movements. The day this program of Bhoomi Poojan was going on, on that day, they were doing an aerial survey of the flood-affected areas. Pictures of that day can be seen on his Twitter handle.

Nitish Kumar is identifying that even after taking support from BJP, he manages to make a special distance from him. This is the hallmark of his political career.

Last year, Bihar was the first state to pass a resolution against the National Register of Citizens (NRC). Later many states passed it. He supported demonetization. Despite this, his party did not join the Union Council of Ministers due to low berths.

Nitish Kumar is known for different synergies in the politics of the state. He can also join hands with the Jana Sangh and the Communists. He can change their face at any time. He has shown these colors in the last assembly elections.

There is also a reason for Nitish’s continued progress in Bihar, that the BJP has not prepared any big leader at the local level. But now the leaders sitting in Delhi want to change this.

The promotion of Sanjay Jaiswal is proof of this fact. Jaiswal comes from the same caste as Sushil Modi. Nityanand Rai and Giriraj Singh are also trying to get the BJP out of the umbrella of JD (U).

The BJP had an unwritten agreement with regional allies under the rule of Atal Bihari Vajpayee and LK Advani. The party aimed to rule at the center. Whereas allies used to lead the government in the states.

But this equation has changed since 2014. The party is not dependent on allies at the center. In states, its ambitious and aggressive leadership seeks a greater share and dominance.

The equations and bets have changed in the upcoming assembly elections in Bihar. The contest will take place both within and outside the ruling NDA. Within the NDA during seat-sharing, because the one who contests more seats is more likely to win and emerge as the single largest party. Thus, a tussle can be seen over the division of JD (U) and BJP.

In the state elections in 2015, such conditions were created that any two parties could form a government together. JDU and RJD had formed a pre-poll alliance, so Nitish Kumar took oath as Chief Minister. A few years later, he decided to join hands with the BJP and remained in this post.

Despite emerging as the largest party in the year 2015, Lalu gave Nitish the chief minister’s post. Due to having more seats, Lalu’s party wanted to dominate.

Will Nitish Kumar be comfortable leading an NDA coalition where BJP has more MLAs than JDU? With Lalu, he clearly was not. This is why this election in Bihar is about the alliance and the race to emerge as the largest party in the state assembly.

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