- JDU candidate returned ticket from Meenapur Legislative Meeting seat
- Activists protested towards the chief who took the ticket
- The ticket given to a different Manoj Kumar, the occasion resolved the matter
Bihar Assembly Election By former minister Manoj Kushwaha in Patna’s political hall on Saturday (10 October) amongst lovers Janta Dal United Rumors concerning the causes for returning the ticket to the market have been scorching. Truly, when Manoj Kushwaha bought the image of the occasion from Meenapur Legislative Meeting seat as a substitute of his conventional seat Kudhani, he was very shocked however as quickly because the individuals of Meenapur got here to know this, particularly the Janata Dal United staff, then he made Manoj Kushwaha Opposition to candidacy began. Former minister Manoj knowledgeable the occasion leaders about this.
After this, the matter was revealed that the ticket was truly given to Image, Manoj Kumar, the president of the occasion’s Kisan Cell, who belongs to the Kushwaha caste and is a neighborhood of the identical space, however he went away by mistake. Ashok Chaudhary, the working president of the occasion’s Bihar unit, admitted that such a mistake was as a result of confusions as a result of having the identical title.
Subsequently, on Saturday, each (Manoj Kumar and Manoj Kumar Kushwaha) have been known as to a spot and the proper Manoj Kumar was given the image however as a result of caller’s mistake, the occasion needed to be cleaned up rather a lot. Nonetheless, the previous minister Manoj Kushwaha who bought the image by mistake misplaced to the BJP candidate within the final election, so this time his seat i.e. Kudhini has once more gone to BJP’s account.
Earlier, within the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Akhtarul Imam, a candidate of Janata Dal United from Kishanganj seat, had determined to sit down in the midst of the election. Resulting from this, the BJP had benefited rather a lot and Nitish Kumar had lots of respect.
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