As Bihar polls heating up with high-stakes, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday will address four rallies in the poll approaching state. Today the star campaigner of Bharatiya Janata Party will deliver consecutive rallies in four districts of Bihar they are Munger, Nawada, Samastipur and Begusarai. The BJP, which is depending on Modi’s charm to accomplish success all around Bihar, has made extensive game plans for its leader. PM Modi will proceed with the election campaign and address three mobilizes in Arwal, Sasaram and Makhdumpur.
The BJP leaders on Friday ie., 10th October is anticipated to address couple of more rallies yet there is no official conformation to those events. The primary challenge is between the BJP-drove National Democratic Alliance and the terrific alliance of Janata Dal-United, Rashtriya Janata Dal and the Congress. Bihar new 243 member Assembly will be elected in startled polls ie., to be held between 12th October and 5th November and on 8th November the counting of votes will be held. BJP-drove NDA will get 147 seats in the up and coming Bihar Assembly Elections say a recent survey while the sterling alliance will pack 64 seats.
According to a survey 53.8 percent of the general public feel that the following government will be that of the NDA and 40.2 percent of the general people said that the grand alliance would come to power. Coming to the female populace, 58.1 percent of women said that BJP-led NDA would come to power while 35.2 percent said that they need stupendous alliance to frame the next government. The survey was additionally done on the premise of caste and religion. 35.9 percent of Muslims favored the NDA, while a lion’s share of 57.9 percent decided on the grand alliance. Concerning the Bihar Hindus, 57.4 percent favored the NDA and 36.6 percent favored the grand alliance.