Ideological groups in Bihar on Friday invited the three-stage survey plan reported by the Election Commission, with the two significant discretionary partnerships foreseeing their triumph in the races.
PATNA: Political coalitions in Bihar on Friday invited the three-stage survey plan declared by the Election Commission, with the two significant appointive unions anticipating their triumph in the decisions.
The survey board reported that deciding in favor of the primary, second and the third and last stages will be hung on October 28, November 3 and 7 separately while tallying of votes will happen on November 10.
We bring to you some key countenances in Bihar political race:
69-year-old Nitish Kumar will look for his seventh term as Bihar Chief Minister since 2005. In the 2015 political decision, Nitish’s JD(U), alongside RJD and Congress, framed the Mahagathbandhan (Grand Alliance) to counter the BJP in Bihar.
Kumar crusaded forcefully during the races for the Grand Alliance, countering the charges raised by Narendra Modi and the BJP. The Grand Alliance won the Assembly political decision by an edge of 178 over the BJP and its partners, with RJD developing as the biggest party with 80 seats and JD(U) put second with 71. Nitish was confirmed as the Bihar CM on November 20, 2015 for a record fifth time; with RJD’s Tejashwi Yadav turning into the Deputy CM of Bihar.
At the point when debasement accusations were leveled against Tejashwi, the Deputy CM, Nitish requested him to leave the Cabinet. The RJD would not do as such, and along these lines Nitish left the union and surrendered on 26 July 2017. He joined the primary resistance, the NDA, and returned to control inside a couple of hours.
Tejashwi Prasad Yadav
He is the current chief of resistance in the Bihar Legislative Assembly and the most youthful resistance pioneer in the nation. He is good to go to take on prepared lawmaker, for example, Nitish Kumar this year. Without his dad Lalu Yadav, who is right now serving his prison term in 4 grub tricks, Tejashwi has been attempting to cut out his own specialty in the legislative issues.
Tejashwi was chosen for the Bihar Legislative Assembly from the Raghopur body electorate as an individual from the Rashtriya Janata Dal in 2015. He filled in as the Deputy Chief Minister for the territory of Bihar between November 2015 and July 2017.
He needed to venture down from the post after the then Bihar CM Nitish Kumar’s JD(U) left the Grand Alliance with RJD and Congress in the state. This occurred after enrollment of defilement case by CBI and criminal case under PMLA by the Enforcement Directorate against Tejashwi in 2017.
Chira Paswan, 37, is the President of Lok Janshakti Party and is child of MP and Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan.
He challenged the 2014 decisions for the Lok Janashakti Party in the seat of Jamui. He won the seat, vanquishing the closest opponent RJD’s Sudhansu Shekhar Bhaskar by more than 85,000 votes. He held his seat in the 2019 decisions, making sure about an aggregate of 528,771 votes and vanquishing closest opponent Bhudeo Choudhary.
Chirag likewise claims a NGO named Chirag ka Rojgar, an establishment that gives occupations to the jobless young people of his state.
In front of the forthcoming Bihar Assembly Elections 2020, Chirag Paswan dispatched ‘Bihar First Bihari First’ crusade drawing consideration of the young people of Bihar. Bihar First, Bihari First mission expects to build up the territory of Bihar completely. Paswan likewise included that there is a most extreme prerequisite to make Bihar a ‘number one’ State.
Sushil Kumar Modi
Filling in as Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar since 27 July 2017, Sushil Kumar Modi is viewed as the primary extension among BJP and JD(U) and is accepted to impart close connections to Bihar CM Nitish Kumar. In 2017, Sushil Modi was the primary player behind the fall of the JDU-RJD Grand Alliance government in Bihar, with his consistent outburst against RJD boss Lalu Prasad and his family for four months over his affirmed benami properties and sporadic budgetary exchanges.
He is viewed as the essence of BJP in Bihar.
All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul-Muslimeen (AIMIM) boss Asaduddin Owaisi will likewise attempt his karma in Bihar decisions. Owaisi is looking at the Muslim vote bank. The number of inhabitants in Muslims in Bihar is 16.9 percent of the all out populace. Be it the 2014 Lok Sabha decisions or the 2019 races. On the two events, the Muslim vote was partitioned between the RJD, Congress, and JDU.
Muslims likewise communicated trust in Ram Vilas Paswan’s gathering LJP. By winning the by-races in October 2019, AIMIM entered the governmental issues of Bihar when Kamarul Hoda from Kishanganj vanquished BJP’s, Sweety Singh. AIMIM’s entrance in Bihar’s governmental issues is probably going to make significant harm RJD and Congress.
Rajesh Ranjan nom de plume Pappu Yadav, head of Jan Adhikar Party
Rajesh Ranjan nom de plume Pappu Yadav, the top of the Jan Adhikar Party, has been a MP multiple times. He was chosen MP in 1991, 1996, 1999, 2004, and 2014. In any case, in 2019, he needed to confront rout. Prior, in 2015 Bihar get together races, his gathering challenged 40 seats.
However, couldn’t win even a solitary seat. His gathering at that point got just 2 percent votes. Indeed, even in this political race, his gathering is most lilely to go solo; since Pappu Yadav is neither near the NDA nor the Opposition parties in the state.
Jiten Ram Manjhi
He has been holding his turf in the get together since 1980 by winning races constantly. Manjhi hails from the planned station. He has likewise been a Minister of Scheduled Castes and Tribes in the Nitish government. Manjhi first came into the spotlight after the 2014 Lok Sabha decisions.
At that point Nitish Kumar left the post of Chief Minister after the annihilation in the 2014 decisions. Jitan Ram Manjhi was made the Chief Minister of Bihar. In any case, later when Nitish requested that he venture down, he can’t. In February 2015, Manjhi couldn’t demonstrate a dominant part in the floor test and needed to venture down.
Manjhi shaped the HAM Party in 2015. In 2018, he went to the Grand Alliance. The gathering couldn’t win a solitary seat in the 2019 Lok Sabha races. A month ago, he left the Grand Alliance and joined the NDA.