Patna: Former Bihar minister and BJP chief Shahnawaz Hussain claimed on Sunday that the occasion will win 40 seats within the state within the subsequent Lok Sabha elections. The byelections for seven meeting seats in six states have been held on November 3, and the counting started on Sunday morning. “JD(U) broke with the BJP and joined the RJD, however they have been unable to defeat the BJP in Gopalganj. The message is obvious: even when they work collectively, they can’t defeat the BJP “He said. His remarks come after Kusum Devi defeated RJD candidate Mohan Prasad Gupta within the Gopalganj bypoll. In the meantime, Rashtriya Janata Dal candidate Neelam Devi obtained 70,746 votes in Bihar’s Mokama seat, whereas BJP candidate Sonam Devi obtained 54,258 votes.
“Their victory margin went down in Mokama. It reveals the long run is BJP`s. We`ll win all 40 seats in LS polls,” stated Hussain. Taking a shot on the JDU, he stated that regardless of breaking away from the BJP and forming a grand alliance with the RJD, they have been unable to defeat the Bharatiya Janata Occasion in Gopalganj.
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“So far as their win in Mokama is anxious, “chote sarkar” Anant Singh fought the election there. RJD and JDU made an alliance to battle elections but their margins decreased. BJP fought with nice energy. BJP will win 40 out of 40 Lok Sabha seats,” Bihar`s former minister and BJP chief stated. Lauding the management of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he stated that individuals are pleased with the coverage and the efforts of PM Modi. “BJP is blooming in every single place within the bye-election and there’s a wave of Bharatiya Janata Occasion in every single place. It’s clear that the folks of the entire nation are pleased with the coverage of our chief Narendra Modi, so the outcomes of the elections are coming in our favour,” he added.
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