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Updated: Mar 09, 2019 22:57 IST
Bihar’s ruling Janata Dal United has chalked up a landslide victory in Lok Sabha elections in the state, dashing chances of the alliance with rivals Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal (United) to retain power.
The JD(U)-BJP combine had won 22 of the 40 seats in Bihar, but ally RJD could win only one seat, putting pressure on Kumar to stay away from forming the government in the state.
Bihar’s election results will be announced on May 23.
The JD(U) was the chief opponent of the JD(U)-RJD combine in the state. In 2016, the two parties had formed the government, but the three-month-old alliance broke down within a few days after the RJD had quit over corruption charges levelled against its leader Lalu Prasad.
Chief minister Nitish Kumar quit the BJP-led government at the centre in July 2017. His support to the alliance collapsed after his cabinet colleague and state chief minister and JD(U) chief Hridayanath Narayan Singh opposed his leadership.
Singh, who was the candidate from the Arrah seat, led the JD(U) campaign.
BJP’s Narendra Modi, who swept the national elections, was given a second term as the prime minister.
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But party leaders said the BJP has good reasons to celebrate the win.
“It is a victory of party workers. Narendra Modi will continue to work for all the people who have voted for the party. The mandate to start work will increase and, obviously, Prime Minister Modi will take steps for the welfare of the people,” BJP secretary Sudhir Kumar Sharma said.
The BJP has replaced Kumar in the Bihar political arena after the JD(U), one of the two major allies of the BJP in Bihar and elsewhere, pulled out the support.