Delhi Election 2020: Amit and Nitish's meeting will start with complete plan
Delhi Election 2020: Amit and Nitish's meeting will start with complete plan

New Delhi: The election meeting of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar with BJP veterans on Sunday, February 2, 2020, in Delhi is not a coincidence, but with complete planning. The meeting is being held in Delhi, but the message has to be given to Bihar. The message of solidarity of BJP-JDU for the Bihar Assembly elections to be held this year is a special exercise to reach Bihar through this election campaign in Delhi. The meeting of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will be held with Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP's National President JP Nadda.

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It is also being said that on Sunday (2 February), the election meeting of JDU National President Nitish Kumar will start from Sangam Vihar at 4 pm. JDU candidate Dr. Shivcharan Lal Gupta is in the fray under the BJP-JDU alliance in Sangam Vihar seat. BJP National President JP Nadda will also be present in the meeting of Sangam Vihar. It has been noticed that at 7 in the evening, the Chief Minister will address the election meeting in Burari assembly constituency. Home Minister Amit Shah will be present in this. This will be the first time in recent times when Nitish Kumar and Amit Shah will jointly address the election meeting. Water Resources Minister Sanjay Kumar Jha is in charge of the JDU Delhi unit. Under his leadership, the party's election campaign is going on in Delhi. He was the only one to have included former MLA Dr. Shiv Charan Lal Gupta in JDU. There is a large number of people of Bihar in Burari. Many ministers of the state government have also been star campaigners for the Delhi elections. Many have been frozen in Delhi for a week.

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The voting in Delhi is on February 8, while the counting will be on February 11. In the Delhi Assembly elections, JDU has also fielded its candidates in two seats. JDU has got two seats under the NDA alliance. JDU candidates are standing on the seats of Burari and Sangam Vihar.

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