Bihar Mahagathbandhan may adopt 2019 NDA formula in 2024 Lok Sabha polls
At that time, JD-U was part of the NDA. In the general elections, the bigger parties like the BJP and the JD-U had contested 17 seats each in Bihar, while the Ram Vilash Paswan-led Lok Janshakti Party were given the six remaining seats.
AIUDF to support opposition bloc ‘INDIA’, says party MLA
Party chief Badruddin Ajmal had earlier said that the party opposes the BJP and will back the ‘INDIA’ bloc. The MLA, citing Ajmal’s statement, said: "In the event that the ‘INDIA’ alliance needs a couple of additional seats in Assam in order to establish the country's next government in 2024, our party will gladly support it."
As BJP prepares for 2024, future of 65-plus MPs appears uncertain
On the completion of nine years of the Modi government, the BJP conducted a special outreach campaign from May 30 to June 30 across the nation, urging all party MPs to participate. However, some MPs did not actively engage in this programme, leading to virtual admonishments from BJP President J.P. Nadda.
Chirag Paswan seeks blessings from people of Jamui
His remarks have a significant importance in state politics as Paswan has been claiming that he will contest the 2024 Lok Sabha election from Hajipur. However, it is now being speculated that Paswan has cracked a deal with his uncle and sitting MP from Hajipur Pashupati Kumar Paras.
2024 LS polls: BJP mulling fielding Modi from Kanyakumari or Coimbatore
BJP leaders Pon Radhakrishnan and CP Radhakrishnan had won from these seats respectively. Since Coimbatore and Kanyakumari is a stronghold for the BJP at the grassroots level, there is a likelihood of Modi being considered for either of the two seats.
Deve Gowda says no tie up with BJP in 2024 LS polls
The statement comes right after his son, former CM H.D. Kumaraswamy's statement that JD(S) and BJP will fight unitedly against the ruling Congress party. Deve Gowda said the JD(S) would face parliamentary elections independently thus contradicting his son Kumaraswamy's statement. "There is still sufficient time for the Lok Sabha polls and an appropriate decision would be taken later," Kumaraswamy had stated earlier.
'Talk within alliance': Chirag Paswan advises uncle Paras
"Just shouting in public would not address his issues. He is older than me and he can get angry but I want to advise him to discuss issues in the alliance to address the problems. Just going into the media and shouting in public would not help him," Paswan, who reached Hajipur, said.