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Bihar Assembly Election 2010

Bihar Assembly election 2010 is coming biggest election battle in India and during this election we can see display of many political skills by various political parties. The main battle in this election will be between Nitesh Kumar lead JDU-BJP alliance and Lalu Prasad Yadav lead RJD-LJP combine. Nitesh Kumar is present Chief Minister of Bihar and he leads his party Janta Dal United. He came to power in Bihar by forming an alliance with Bharatiya Janta Party during 2005 Bihar Assembly election.

This alliance won 142 seats out of total 243 seats in Bihar Assembly. Lalu Prasad Yadav lead combine of Rhastriya Janata Dal – Lok Jan Shakti Party - Congress got only 65 seats. Other parties secure 32 seats in 2005 Bihar assembly election. In 2005, Nitish Kumar over through 15 year long rule of Lalu Prasad Yadav in Bihar. In 2010 Bihar Assembly election main fight will again remain between Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad Yadav and one of them will again become new CM of Bihar. This time Congress is not part of Lalu lead alliance and it is going alone in 2010 Bihar Assembly election. In last few days relationship between BJP and JDU has seen some uncertainties; however, present news suggests that both parties will fight this election together.

Nitish Kumar has emerged as popular leader in Bihar by again putting Bihar on development path. Therefore, large numbers of election observers believe that he will have strong edge over RJD-LJP alliance; though, various caste combinations make it hard to predict exact outcome of election results. Both alliances are trying to attract voters from all castes and creeds to get their vote and win this election battle. Exact result and outcome of this election battle will be available in front of us in few coming months till we can see various moves by various parties to attract voters in Bihar.


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