During allotment of seats, RJD has adopted dynastic precept by giving tickets to second technology leaders resembling Rahul Tiwari, son of celebration veteran Shivanand Tiwary and Sudhakar Singh.
- IANS Patna
- Last Updated: October 5, 2020, 3:10 PM IST
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With simply three days left for submitting nominations for the first section of the Bihar Assembly election, the JD-U and RJD launched names of their candidates on Monday.
RJD has launched names of 15 candidates. During allotment of seats, RJD has adopted dynastic precept by giving tickets to second technology leaders resembling Rahul Tiwari, son of celebration veteran Shivanand Tiwary and Sudhakar Singh, son of RJD state president Jagadanand Singh. They will contest from Shahpur and Ramgarh, respectively.
Besides, RJD has additionally given tickets to Savitri Devi from Chakai, Suday Yadav from Jahanabad, Ram Vishun Singh from Jagdishpur, Vijay Samrat from Shekhpura, Vijay Prakash from Jamui, amongst others.
JD-U has introduced 25 names and has given tickets to Kaushal Kumar for Nawada seat, Jai Kumar Singh for Dinara, Sudarshan for Barbigha, Rajiv Lochan for Mokama, Damodar Rawat for Jhajha and others.
The first section of polling is to be held on October 28. Leaders of JD-U and RJD have been invited at the residences of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Tejashwi Yadav for allotment of celebration symbols and candidates have been requested to go to their respective constituencies for campaigning.
Vinod Yadav, JD-U candidate from Sherghati in Gaya district claims: “We are going for campaign with last 15 years’ development works of CM Nitish Kumar. He has led from the front and taken Bihar on development path. We are assured about a convincing win in upcoming election.”
Suday Yadav, the RJD candidate from Jahanabad stated: “Nitish Kumar’s claims of development is just an eyewash. He has not implemented anything on the ground. Youth of Bihar are unemployed and migrating from the state. Strong anti-incumbency factor is working against the ruling party. RJD under the leadership of Tejashwi Yadav will get over 3/4th majority in this election.”