Rashtriya Lok Samata Occasion (RLSP) chief Upendra Kushwaha on Tuesday introduced the formation of a separate entrance — comprising RLSP, Mayawati’s Bahujan Samaj Occasion and Janatantrik Occasion (Socialist) — to contest the upcoming Bihar elections.
Addressing a press convention in Patna, the previous Union minister stated that the entrance will contest all 243 meeting segments within the state, with the promise of “abki baar shiksha waali sarkaar (this time a authorities for schooling),” which might usher in an period of development and employment era within the state.
Kushwaha, who had earlier dropped ample hints on the upcoming exit from the Grand Alliance (GA), stated, “I’m neither clinging on to the GA nor re-entering NDA . RLSP will attempt to present a reputable different to Nitish-led alliance by contesting all of the 243 meeting seats within the state.”
Over the previous few days, Kushwaha is learnt to have initiated talks with the BJP to re-enter the NDA, with no success.
The RLSP chief denied having any speak with Lok Janshakti Occasion (LJP) chief Chirag Paswan, who has additionally been attacking chief minister Nitish Kumar