Sharing seats in Bihar: Upendra Kushwaha needs more than three seats for RLSP

In the confusion surrounding the sharing of seats between NDA alliance partners in Bihar, party chairman Rashtriya Lok Samata, Upendra Kushwaha, said Friday that his party would participate in more than three seats, figure that # 39, he challenged in the 2014 Lok Sabha poll.

"We will be competing for more than three seats, the number we had in the last Lok Sabha polls in 2014," RLSP President Upendra Kushwaha told reporters in Patna.

"The Lok Janshakti party and the RLSP are also part of the NDA alliance in Bihar … you can fully understand why, until now, the final announcement of the sharing of seats has not has been announced even after the announcement of the announcement in two or three days. "BJP President Amit Shah and JD (U) Nitish Kumar chief recently declared in Delhi that the two parties would be fighting over an equal number of seats out of a total of 40 seats in Parliament in Bihar.

"My RLSP party had made an alliance with the BJP at a time when even in the BJP there was confusion over Narendra Modi to be declared a candidate for the post of prime minister … we then told Bihar that Narendra Modi should be the candidate for the post. Prime Minister. My alliance is with the BJP and not with the JD (U). Since JD (U) entered the alliance, confusion has increased, "he added.

When asked who regarded him as a more important leader between Lalu Prasad and Nitish Kumar, Mr. Kushwaha said, "Lalu Prasad Yadav belongs to history, it is not part of the political and therefore should not be compared. "Regarding Tejaswi Yadav, Mr. Kushwaha said: Mr. Tejaswi Yadav is" in training ".

Kushwaha said he will travel to Delhi in the next few days to try to meet BJP leader Amit Shah and Modi about sharing the siege. Regarding his party wishing to hold a ministerial position under the NDA in Bihar, he said: "I do not wish to eat stale food".

He also reiterated that he was injured when Mr. Kumar addressed him. Neech (average) person in a program. "Nitish Kumar should withdraw his statement … it hurt me a lot," Kushwaha said.

He announced that RLSP would launch a program "Shiksha mein sudhar-Jan Jan Adhikar (education reform – everyone is right) from 28 November in every district of Bihar.