- VIP will field its candidates on 165 seats in the assembly elections to be held in Uttar Pradesh: Mukesh Sahni
- NDA is not visible anywhere in Bihar, saw only two parties BJP and JDU at the forefront: Sahni
- I am with NDA and included in government: Mukesh Sahni
Vikas Insaan Party, one of the allies of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led Bihar NDA, has announced to contest the Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections next year. Talking to reporters in Patna on Monday, Mukesh Sahni, Minister of Bihar Government and National President of Vikassheel Insaan Party, said that his party is ready to field candidates on 165 seats in the 2022 UP Assembly elections.
Mukesh Sahni was upset over being stopped at Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi airport on Sunday. Sahni, who had gone to Varanasi to attend an event organized to install a statue of Phoolan Devi in the city, was not allowed out of the airport by the police. Then an angry Sahni said, “I request Yogi ji (UP CM Yogi Adityanath) not to think about any particular caste, it is not right to take a minister into custody.”
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NDA not visible anywhere in Bihar: VIP Chief
When asked why he did not attend the NDA meeting held earlier today, Sahni said, “NDA is nowhere to be seen in Bihar. There is a four-party alliance in Bihar NDA, however, for the last few days only BJP and JD(U) have been seen at the forefront. There is no point in attending such a meeting.”
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I am with NDA and included in government: Mukesh Sahni
However, Sahni said that he is with the NDA and is involved in the government. There is no problem in the government, he will remain with NDA. However, he definitely said that despite being NDA, his point of view is not paid attention to within the alliance itself. This is the reason why he and his MLAs did not attend the NDA meeting to be chaired by Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. He said that there is no point in going to the meeting when his words are not listened to and listened to.
Just before the Bihar assembly elections, Sahni left the Grand Alliance and came to the NDA.
Sahni, popularly known as the ‘Son of the Mallah’, left the Grand Alliance and joined the NDA soon after RJD leader Tejashwi Prasad Yadav announced seat-sharing, days before the assembly elections in October/November last year. Were.
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