In Bihar, 44 seats in the state will contest in the second round. The RJD has fielded candidates for 56 of the 56 seats. This episode is very important for the team. RJD has won 31 seats in the last election. The second episode is also important, as it will also decide the electoral fate of Lalu Prasad’s two red leaders, the opposition Tejaswi Prasad Yadav and Tej Pratap Yadav. For this, many musculoskeletal abilities will also be tested at this stage. Tejaswi Prasad Yadav, who has been declared the Chief Minister by the grand alliance, is in the field of Tej Pratap from Raghopur to Hasanpur.
The reputation of many senior figures in Congress is at stake in the second phase
The reputation of many seniors in Congress will run in the second round of elections. With this, the party will face a big challenge to reserve four seats. The assembly seats of the MLAs of the two parties have changed. Vijay Shankar Dubey, the winner from Manji in the last election, has now been nominated from Maharajganj. That is why five MLAs of the party are contesting in the second phase. In addition, the fate of Shatrughna Sinha’s son Love Sinha also needs to be tried at this stage. The Congress party won 24 seats in the second round. In this, the senior leaders of the party are trying their luck from about half a dozen seats. Apart from Dr Ashok Kumar and Vijay Shankar Dubey in the list of top leaders of the party, the reputation of Kripnath Pathak is also at risk in the second phase.
LJP’s ordeal with two MLAs
In the second phase, both LJP MLAs are contesting. Besides the MLAs, the party is also on fire. MLA Raju Tiwari is fighting with Gobindganj and Rajkumar Shah with Lalganj. This time the team is on the field alone. In such a situation, these two seats will be very important for the team. Other VIP candidates in the party include National President Chirag Paswan’s cousin Krishna Raj Rojda and brother-in-law Mrina Rajapakkar. Former minister Renu Kushwaha is fighting Khagaria. Ramchandra has always been on the field from Aloli. This seat is also important because the party’s founder Ram Bilas Paswan became the first MLA from Alauli in 1969. Later, his younger brother Pashupati Kumar Pars was also a MLA from here for seven times.