The formal announcement of seat-sharing in the NDA could not be made even 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.
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At the meeting of the core committee at the residence of JDU President Nitish Kumar in Patna, Vis President Vijay Kumar Chaudhary, Organization General Secretary RCP Singh, former Minister Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan Singh and Energy Minister Bijendra Prasad Yadav gathered. After meeting for hours, JDU decided the names of candidates in most of its quota seats.
At the BJP president’s residence in Delhi, Bihar in-charge Bhupendra Yadav and election in-charge Devendra Fadnavis, Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, State BJP President Dr. Sanjay Jaiswal and Associate General Secretary Shivnarayan gathered. In two shifts, BJP leaders met for hours. According to sources, in the Central Election Committee meeting held at 7 pm, the BJP finalized the names of its quota candidates but the list would be made public along with the constituents of NDA.