The RLSP on Friday released an official list of 3 candidates for the second phase. This was the last day of nomination in this episode. The party has tried to hold on to its vote bank by fielding a dozen and a half Kushwaha candidates. Although the upper class candidates have been given four tickets. In the second phase, the party fielded 20 candidates against the BJP, 19 against the RJD and one against the JDU.
The RLSP alliance won 104 seats. This includes 42 seats in the second phase and 25 seats in the third phase. On Friday, if the list of candidates for the second round of RLSP includes the alphabetical mathematics of the candidates, the party has 16 Kushwaha, three Rajputs, three Bhumihar, three Yadav, two Kurmi, six finalists and four minorities. Huh.
On the other hand, in terms of seats, the party will contest 14 seats from the Congress (Congress), two from the CPI (CPI), one each from the men (CPI-M) and the CPM. RLSP won 42 seats in the first phase, two against RJD, eight against Congress, eight against Mail, eight against Mail, 21 against BJP, 21 against JDU and two against Hummer (HAM). Down. Candidates were competing for seats.
3 candidates in the second phase of RLSP
Nandakishore Prasad from Newton, Santosh Kumar Gupta from Chanpatia, Md. Batia. Shamim Akhtar, Ramesh Kumar from Harshidi, Maheshwar Singh from Kesaria, Tagore Dharmendra Singh from Belsand, Birendra Kumar Chowdhury from Jhanjarpur, Lakshmi Paswan from Kusheshwar, Prabhu Kushbah from Minapur, Madan Chowdhury from Paru, Abdul Sanawan from Kuchaikot Devi, Satyadev Prasad Singh from Gaurayakothi, Ajit Prasad from Maharajganj, Kushwaha Rajbal Singh from Ekma, Rahul Kumar Singh from Amanur, Harishankar Kumar from Sonpur, Kamal Prasad Singh from Hajipur, Dinesh Kumar Kushwaha from Lalganj, Mehr from Mehnar. Vijay Paswan, Parbattar Ang Da Kumar Kushwaha, Sushil Kumar Singh from Gopalpur, Syed Shah Ali Sajjad Alam from Bhagalpur, Bharat Prasad Singh from Islampur, Nalanda Sonu Kumar, Binod Yadav from Bakhtiyarpur, Sanjay Kumar Sinha from Dighar (Munna), Patna Kumar from Patna , Mohammad of Khagaria. Farooq Ahmed.
The Communist Party has issued a manifesto
Patna. On behalf of the Bihar State Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), Secretary of State Av Dhesh Kumar officially issued the manifesto for the Bihar Assembly Election 2020 at the party office. He was accompanied by party central committee member Arun Mishra, board of secretaries Sarvodaya Sharma, Ganesh Shankar Singh and Rampari. The party’s website and mobile app were launched on the occasion. Highlighting the political significance of the Bihar elections in the context of the release of the manifesto, the State Committee said that defeating the BJP-JDU alliance in Bihar and the country as a whole was crucial in safeguarding secularism, constitutional rights and democracy and public property. The CPI (M) has entered into agreements with the Left Alliance for the same political purpose.