Bhopal, (EMS). Along with BJP-Congress, other parties of India have also started joining the opposition alliance for the assembly elections to be held on November 17 in Madhya Pradesh. Its biggest impact seems to be on the opposition alliance India. After Akhilesh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party (SP), the partner of opposition alliance India in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly elections, Nitish Kumar’s party Janata Dal United (JDU) has announced to field its candidates in the elections. Let us tell you that earlier there was a dispute regarding the alliance between Congress and SP. After which SP chief Akhilesh Yadav had said that Congress has betrayed us. Meanwhile, Nitish Kumar’s party JDU has also fielded its candidates. This is being considered a big blow to the opposition alliance India.
Let us tell you that JDU has announced the names of its candidates for five assembly seats in the state. In this, Chandrapal Yadav has been fielded from Pichhor, Ramkunwar (Rani) Raikwar from Rajnagar, Shivnarayan Soni from Vijayaraggarh, Tol Singh Bhuria from Thandla seat, Rameshwar Singhar from Petlawad.
-Opposition alliance India likely to break
Political scientists say that the decision of Nitish Kumar, the chief convenor of the opposition alliance India, where he was trying to unite all the anti-BJP parties, to field his candidate in the MP assembly elections is not normal. Till now no information has been revealed about JDU contesting the assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh. But after the seat sharing dispute between Congress and SP, with the sudden announcement by JDU to field its candidates on five seats in the state, the chances of the opposition alliance India breaking are clearly visible.
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