The ruling JDU and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar have decided that their party will not make any tainted MLA its candidate. According to party sources, the message has also reached such leaders.
On Sunday night, about half a dozen party leaders arrived at the state president Basistha Narayan Singh and presented their side. Among these were Dumrao’s JDU MLA Dadan Pahlavan and Gopalganj MLA Amarendra Pandey. According to the information, JDU is fielding party spokesperson Anjum R from Dumrao in place of Dadan.
However, some lawyers were also called to the JDU state president’s house on Sunday night. Candidates of the party who have a case will have to submit an affidavit before the JDU Screening Committee and the lawyers will examine such affidavits so that no objection is brought to any form by the Commission.
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On the other hand, the formal announcement of seat-sharing in the NDA could not be made on Sunday. Marathon meeting continued on Sunday to finalize seats and candidates in JDU and BJP on the lines of several days. In Patna, where the party’s core committee met at the residence of JDU president CM Nitish Kumar, the BJP met in Delhi at the residence of chairman JP Nadda, in which Bihar BJP leaders attended. It is expected that now the names of the candidates along with seats will be formally announced by the NDA on Monday itself.
By the way, the news also floated in the political corridor that even though the NDA constituents did not announce their quota seats and the names of the candidates, the parties started calling the candidates who were made candidates in this election. is. Since October 8 is the last date for first phase nomination. Due to only four days left for the nomination, the parties called and called the selected candidates so that they could prepare for the nomination.