Jdu manifesto 2020 in hindi

Patna: A week after announcing a list of candidates for the first phase of the forthcoming Bihar Assembly elections, the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) on Friday released another list of candidates for the second phase of the polls. For the second phase of the elections, which will be held on November 3 in 94 Assembly constituencies, the LJP has announced 26 candidates. बिहार विधानसभा चुनाव 2020 के पहले चरण में महज 6 दिन का वक्त रह गया है. ऐसे में सभी दलों के नेता अपनी पार्टी द्वारा बनाए गए घोषणा पत्र को जारी कर रहे हैं. The JDU & the BJP have an unfaltering coalition. And the BJP, after seeing the work ethic of our leader, has again declared him (Nitish Kumar) as the leader of this 2020 Bihar Assembly election Bihar election 2020 JDU released its election manifestoबिहार में होने वाले विधानसभा चुनाव को लेकर तमाम दलों में अपना घोषणा पत्र जारी किया है. वहीं अब जेडीयू ने भी अपना घोषणा पत्र जारी कर

Tejashwi Yadav releases Grand Alliance manifesto, says JD(U)-BJP stabbed Bihar in the back The RJD leader also took a dig at Nitish Kumar saying Donald Trump will not accord special status to Bihar. ANI 17 October, 2020 11:18 am IST The NDA's joint manifesto will be a mixture of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) agenda of 'Atmanirbhar Bihar' and Janata Dal United's (JDU) 7 Nischay (seven promises) part-2. Tags: bihar election 2020 tejashwi yadav released rjd manifesto, bihar election 2020, rjd, tejashwi yadav, hindi news, news in hindi, breaking news in hindi, real time news, patna news, patna news in hindi, real time patna city news, real time news, patna news khas khabar, patna news in hindi With just less than a week left for the Bihar Assembly Election 2020, Janata Dal (United) led by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar released its manifesto for the forthcoming polls. JDU released its Bihar chunav news: election manifesto bjp jdu rjd congress ljp big announcements know all details here More on this topic बिहार चुनाव 2020: बीजेपी-जेडीयू-आरजेडी-कांग्रेस-एलजेपी, सभी के … Janata Dal (United) abbreviated as JD(U) is a centre-left Indian political party with political presence mainly in eastern and north-eastern India. JD(U) is recognised as a state party in the states of Bihar and Arunachal Pradesh and is a part of government in Bihar. JD(U) heads the government in Bihar and is the second largest party in Arunanchal Pradesh. JD(U) won 16 seats in the 2019 Indian