- Nitish Kumar’s JDU now announces to contest next year’s assembly elections in West Bengal
- JDU leader Ghulam Rasul Balayawi told that JDU will contest 75 seats in 2021 assembly elections
- If the JDU is not discussed with the BJP, which is trying to fight, both will fight separately.
Nitish Kumar’s JDU, which formed the government under the NDA alliance in Bihar, has now announced to contest next year’s assembly elections in West Bengal. JDU leader Ghulam Rasul Balayawi said that JDU will contest 75 seats in the 2021 assembly elections. If the JDU is not discussed with the BJP, which is trying hard in West Bengal, both can contest separately. However, JDU has not yet said anything clearly on this.
Earlier, JDU National General Secretary KC Tyagi had said that the party is preparing to try its own in West Bengal. The number of seats is being decided. JDU-dominated seats adjacent to Bihar have also been identified. The question is whether JDU will ally with BJP in West Bengal or will fight separate elections.
Elections were fought separately in Jharkhand
However, earlier this year, JDU also contested separate elections in Jharkhand elections. KC Tyagi said that JDU has also contested elections in West Bengal earlier and the alliance with BJP is only in Bihar. However, the two contested together in the Delhi Assembly elections.
Attempt to contest elections with JDU
By the way, the BJP’s efforts in putting full power in West Bengal will be that it will contest elections in JBU along with JDU in the same way as in Bihar, it can also benefit more. Let us know that 294 assembly seats of West Bengal are going to be assembly elections next year.
Deputy Election Commissioner on Bengal tour
Large-scale campaigning for the next year’s assembly elections in West Bengal has already started. Meanwhile, Deputy Election Commissioner Sudeep Jain held a meeting with district officials here on Thursday to review the election preparations for the entire state. Sources close to the Chief Electoral Officer of West Bengal said that Jain, who arrived in Kolkata on Wednesday night, will communicate with government officials for the next two days.
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