Amit Shah is not visiting Bihar again and again, BJP’s plan 16 will shake Nitish Kumar


Neil Kamal, Patna: Union Home Minister Amit Shah will return to Bihar on October 11. Loknayak will attend Jayaprakash Narayanan’s birthday celebrations. Amit Shah, who is visiting his birthplace Sitabdiara in Saran district on this occasion, will present a picture of New India while addressing a public meeting after paying tributes to JP. Amit Shah will participate in two programs organized in Saran district. As the Union Minister for Cooperatives, he will not only address farmers from Saran and several nearby districts associated with cooperatives, but will also launch a new nationwide scheme of the cooperative department on JP Jayanti.

Amit Shah visits Bihar every month
Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who was on a two-day visit to Bihar on 23rd and 24th of last month, addressed public meetings in Purnia and Kishanganj. The Union Home Minister, who reached the Seemanchal area, told the gathering that people need not fear as Narendra Modi’s government is sitting at the Centre. Let it be known that in the meeting with the workers, the Union Home Minister was told that the demographics of Seemanchal are changing very fast and because of this the Hindus are in danger. After this, Amit Shah told the activists that he would come to Bihar every month and if needed, he could visit Bihar at least twice a month. Now after September 24, Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s second visit to Bihar has been scheduled before October 11, i.e. 20 days ago.

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NDA created a new history by winning 39 out of 40 seats in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. In 2019, Janata Dal United and Bharatiya Janata Party contested 17-17 and the then Lok Janshakti Party, which was in the NDA, contested 6 seats. Out of these, BJP won 17, JD(U) 16 and Lok Janshakti Party six out of six giving 100 percent strike check. Kishanganj is the only seat in Bihar where the NDA faced defeat. The Congress candidate defeated the Janata Dal United candidate.

In 2024, the political equation changed
After capturing 39 out of 40 seats in Bihar, the face of the NDA changed in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections with 53%. Nitish Kumar, who contested alone in 2014 and won two seats, joined the BJP in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections and increased the number of MPs from 2 to 16. Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal United will once again contest the 2024 Lok Sabha elections against the BJP. Meanwhile, Ram Vilas Paswan’s party Lok Janashakti, which stood with the BJP in the NDA, also split into two. One faction is led by Pashupatinath Paras, brother of the late Ramvilas Paswan, who has five MPs. The second camp is led by Ram Vilas Paswan’s MP son Chirag Paswan.

Amit Shah is coming to Bihar for the second time in 20 days and Saran will be thundering after Seemanchal.
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Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to Bihar’s Seemanchal was well planned last month. Seemanchal region comprises four districts of Bihar namely Katihar, Araria, Purnia and Kishanganj. BJP is continuously increasing the Muslim population in these districts. The BJP has been constantly saying that the population of the area is changing rapidly as the Muslim population in the Seemanchal area and nearby districts is increasing exponentially.

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The Janata Dal United contested the 2019 Lok Sabha elections in alliance with the BJP and won in Katihar, Purnia, Supal, Mungar, Sitamarhi, Gopalganj, Siwan, Banka, Bhagalpur, Jhanjarpur, Nalanda, Karakat, Jehanabad, Madhepura, Valmikinagar and Gaya. had happened Many of these districts are where Muslim voters can play an important role in winning or losing. It may be noted that the central leadership of BJP held a big meeting two months ago regarding the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. BJP gave the responsibility of 144 Lok Sabha seats to ministers and big leaders where BJP had to lose by narrow margins or BJP could never win those seats. BJP’s plan is to grab the seats won by JD(U) in 2019.


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