Bihar elections: Kanhaiya Kumar and Aishi Ghosh to seek votes for Communist Party

Patna: The date of bihar assembly elections is around the corner. Political mercury is going to soar in the state. All political parties have been gearing up for the election and have started to field their party's star campaigners. Former JNU student union president and Communist Party leader Kanhaiya Kumar will also appear in Bihar elections while campaigning. As per the information received, the Communist Party of India (CPI) has made it clear that Kanhaiya Kumar will join the Grand Alliance's election campaign.

In Bihar, student leaders are also going to show their skills this time in the electoral arena. As per the information received, JNU and student leaders of Delhi University are going to play an active role in the Bihar elections. According to reports, JNU former student union president and CPI leader Kanhaiya Kumar and incumbent president Aishi Ghosh are also seeking votes for CPI in Bihar elections. There are also allegations that RJD leaders Ratan Yadav and Kanhaiya Kumar can also appear on a platform for campaigning.

During the Lok Sabha elections, most of the Begusarai parliamentary seats were discussed in Bihar. The focus of the media was also in the same seat. From here, CPI had made its star leader Kanhaiya Kumar a candidate. Kanhaiya was to meet BJP leader Giriraj Singh at Begusarai. To conquer Kanhaiya, JNU's colleague and all the veteran leaders, including MLA Jignesh Mewani from Gujarat, had thrown power. But the results did not come in their favour.

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