Jitan Ram Manjhi Declare Candidates: The Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM), which is in the NDA for the Bihar Assembly elections, has announced the names of its seven candidates, including their Samadhan and son-in-law.
The names of the seven candidates of the Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM), who are part of the National Democratic Alliance (RJD) for the Bihar Assembly Election 2020, have been announced, former Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi of Imamganj in Gaya Will contest from Releasing the list of candidates, the spokesperson of Ham said that the candidates have been selected for all the seven seats in the ‘part of’, Jitan Ram Manjhi himself will contest from Imamganj seat in Gaya district, while his Samdhan and son-in-law
This time, a ticket has been given, on which we activists are protesting and dharna is being given against it, Manjhi is facing allegations of promoting familism.
While party president Jitan Ram Manjhi will be the party’s candidate from Imamganj, Jyoti Devi from Barachatti, Anil Kumar from Tekari and Devendra Manjhi from Makhdumpur are nominated, besides Praful Kumar Manjhi from Sikandra in Jamui, Kasba Assembly of Purnia.
The party has fielded Rajendra Yadav from the region and Shravan Bhuiyan from Kutumba in Aurangabad.
Son-in-law Devendra Manjhi will fight Makhdumpur against Manjhi’s partner Barachatti
According to us, Jitan Ram Manjhi from Imamganj, Jyoti Devi from Barachatti who is a partner of Manjhi will contest the elections while Devendra Manjhi, son-in-law of Jitan Ram Manjhi, is contesting from Makhdumpur seat.
In the 2015 elections Manjhi was in the fray from Makhdumpur along with Imamganj where she was defeated by the RJD candidate.
HAM workers sit on dharna outside Manjhi’s house
Ticket claimants and party workers created a ruckus in front of the office on the news of relatives contesting on two out of the 7 seats.
While the HAM party workers have sat on a dharna outside their residence against them, Manjhi’s house in Gaya Outside, we have seen dozens of party workers sit on a sit-in with placards in their hands demanding angry activists not to promote libertarianism but giving tickets to the workers by relying on them.
At the same time, BJP and JDU, the major constituents of NDA, have not yet announced seat sharing.
The first phase of voting in Bihar will take place on 28 October. The second phase will be held on November 3 and the third phase will be held on November 7. The election results will be out on 10 November.