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Jitan Ram Manjhi Party Targets 9 Seats; To Join NDA Ahead Of Bihar Polls

Jitan Ram Manjhi's alliance with Janata Dal United (JDU) will pave way for the entry of a fourth political party in the Bihar NDA ahead of the assembly elections.

Former Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi, leader of Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM), is ready to forge alliance with Janata decalitre United previous the Bihar assembly election. A political candidate announcement of the choice are created on Thursday. The alliance comes a month when HAM snapped ties with the RJD-led Mahagathbandhan in Bihar.

Jitan Ram Manjhi’s alliance with Janata Dal United (JDU) will pave way for the entry of a fourth political party in the Bihar NDA ahead of the assembly elections. According to sources, the deal that Jitan Ram Manjhi has stricken with Nitish Kumar is that Hindustani Awam Morcha are obtaining 9 seats to fight from the JDU quota within the NDA seat sharing arrangement.

Jitan Ram Manjhi to join NDA ahead of Bihar polls, his party targets 9 seats  - Elections News

In August, HAM proclaimed its call to maneuver away from the RJD-Congress-led Mahagathbandhan. Soon after, Jitan Manjhi met Nitish Kumar and floated rumours of him returning to the NDA fold. Manjhi’s alliance will JDU will be a sort of “ghar wapsi” for him as he was made the chief minister by Nitish Kumar in 2014 after Janata Dal United lost the Lok Sabha elections and Nitish resigned from the CM’s post.”Jitan Ram Manjhi will be making an official announcement on Thursday regarding Hindustani Awam Morcha joining the NDA.

Our party isn’t merging with JDU however we’ll be connexion NDA as a separate entity. we’ll carry over the organic process work done by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar,” HAM spokesperson Danish Rizwan said.”Seats have never been an issue for us. the way during which Prime Minister Modi is handling the economic condition within the country and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is functioning for development of the state, we wish to be a part of it,” Danish Rizwan said.