The politics of the state is in full swing regarding the by-elections being held in Tarapur and Kusheshwarsthan assembly constituencies in Bihar. The possibility of the formation and deterioration of the government due to the defeat or victory of these two seats is negligible. Despite this, all the parties are trying hard to get hold of these two seats. On Wednesday, after about six years, RJD supremo Lalu Yadav tried to create an atmosphere in favor of the party candidate by rallying in Tarapur. At the same time, Nitish Kumar is also rallying and seeking votes for the JDU candidate. Polling for both the seats is to be held on October 30. While the results will come on 2 November. Let us know the caste equation of both the seats…
In the assembly elections held last year, both the seats were won by Janata Dal (United) candidates, but both the seats fell vacant after the death of legislators from both the constituencies. Talking about the Tarapur assembly constituency falling in the Jamui parliamentary constituency, for the last many elections, candidates coming from the Kushwaha caste have been victorious from here. By the way, the Yadav and Kushwaha-dominated region is also considered to have a special influence of Vaish voters, who have the power to influence the election results. Apart from this, there is also a good number of upper caste and minority voters in this area.
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In Tarapur, RJD has bet on Vaishya caste candidate
In this by-election, NDA has nominated Rajeev Kumar Singh, leader of JDU and coming from Kushwaha caste from Tarapur. At the same time, RJD has played a new bet by fielding Arun Sao, who comes from Vaish caste, away from Yadav or Kushwaha society. Apart from this, Congress has fielded Rajesh Mishra from Brahmin caste, who contested as an independent candidate last time, while Chandan Kumar from Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) is in the fray.
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RJD-JDU clash in Tarapur
By the way, voters in Tarapur are still avoiding talking openly. It is being said that the voters of the upper castes are saying something, but the voters of Vaishya caste have kept silence till now. It is also being said that people coming from Vaish caste are not very vocal about politics, that is why they are sitting quietly. After meeting the people of Tarapur, it is so clear that there is a close fight between RJD and JDU here.
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JDU-RJD may suffer because of Congress
Whichever party will be successful in solving the caste equation, it can be victorious from here. By the way, Congress has also worked hard in this election. It is believed that the Congress candidates may not be in a position to register victory, but whose vote they cut among the voters of RJD and JDU, that party is sure to suffer losses.
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JDU-Chirag’s candidate from the same caste
Talking about Kusheshwarsthan, JDU has fielded late leader and former MLA Shashibhushan Hazari’s son Aman Bhushan, while Congress has fielded Atireek Kumar. Athirek Kumar is the son of senior Congress leader Ashok Kumar. In the last election, Ashok Kumar had lost the election. Here, RJD has fielded Ganesh Bharti, who comes from the Musahar caste, by giving a ticket. Here, Chirag’s party LJP (Ram Vilas) has also made the contest interesting by fielding Anju Devi. It is being said that caste equations will decide the election results in this region as well. It is believed that the candidates of LJP (Ram Vilas) and JDU come from the same caste. Because of this, the competition here remains interesting.