Patna: The BJP will formally open its election marketing and marketing and marketing campaign on Sunday with the event president J.P. Nadda addressing an election rally at Gaya’s Gandhi Maidan for the upcoming Bihar Meeting polls. The BJP, which is contesting 121 Meeting seats of the total 243 seats and giving 11 seats to its recent ally, Vikassheel Insaan Derive together (VIP), held its central election committee (CEC) assembly on Saturday, which became once also attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union ministers Rajnath Singh and Amit Shah among others.
Chief minister Nitish Kumar led JD(U) is contesting 122 seats, out of which seven will seemingly be contested by ally, Hindustan Aawam Morcha (HAM). NDA ally Chirag Paswan led LJP is contesting on my own.
The BJP election committee for the Bihar polls shall be finalising the PM’s agenda for the marketing and marketing and marketing campaign, with Mr Modi seemingly to address round 20 rallies in the poll-plod bid. Exuding self assurance that the NDA will protect vitality in the bid, BJP’s Bihar in-designate Bhupendra Yadav took a dig on the Opposition RJD-Congress-CPI(ML) camp, claiming that Bihar would possibly maybe perhaps now not ever give an opportunity to the “unholy alliance” and return of an technology when “class clashes, mayhem and Left extremism” feeble to rule the streets.
Mr Yadav also took a dig on the RJD, asserting it is carrying on its attend the identical Congress against whose insurance policies the regional outfit became once established by Lalu Prasad Yadav. The event’s poll slogan for Bihar is, “Jan jan ki pukaar, atmanirbhar Bihar”.
Giving little print of Mr Nadda’s day-prolonged talk over with to the poll-plod bid, BJP spokesperson Sanjay Mayukh said the BJP president will also talk over with the renowned Hanuman Mandir in Patna and JP Niwas, the do Jayaprakash Narayan lived, sooner than addressing the public assembly in Gaya. Mr Nadda will also meet event leaders and employees in Patna and preside over the election management committee’s assembly later.