A vocal supporter of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) president Chirag Paswan, walked out of the NDA coalition in Bihar, right before the state went to polls.
Sushil Modi is likely to win uncontested unless the opposition Grand Alliance fields a candidate to challenge him
'Hope the government completes its term and you continue to remain an NDA chief minister', tweeted LJP president Chirag Paswan
Chirag Paswan has insisted that his party might have left the NDA in Bihar, but it remains a member of the ruling alliance at the Centre.
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Why yet another victory for the incumbent in Bihar flies in the face of the logic of democratic politics.
The Left parties — CPI (ML), the CPI (M), and the CPI, bagged 16 seats out of the 29 seats they have contested.
The Bihar results have shown that the BJP’s Hindutva arc is not just intact in the state but is growing steadily.
'We wanted to make the BJP stronger and its heft has increased unquestionably,' Chirag Paswan said
The ruling coalition won 125 seats in the 243-member Assembly against 110 clinched by the opposition grand alliance
With his party winning only one seat, Paswan tweeted that he was 'proud' that his party did not bend down for power
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Earlier in the day, the JD(U) exuded confidence that the NDA will again form a government in Bihar under Nitish Kumar.
The JD(U), which has been at the receiving end of Paswan's pungent attacks, reacted testily.
The Bihar CM And JD(U) chief might join the RJD-led Grand Alliance and challenge the NDA in the 2024 general elections, Paswan warned
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