Lok Sabha Elections 2019: BJP, JD(U), LJP Announce List of Constituencies They Will Contest in Bihar, Check Here
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Patna, March 17: The BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in Bihar, which includes the Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's Janata Dal (United) and Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan's Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) announced their list of constituencies on Sunday. As per the pact sealed by the three parties in January, they BJP and JD(U) will field their candidates in 17 seats each, whereas, the remaining 6 would be contested by the LJP.

JD(U) state president Vashisht Narayan Singh, while speaking to the media, said the NDA has finalised their seat-sharing agreement in Bihar. With consensus, the three parties have decided the constituencies which will be distributed amongst themselves, he added. Lok Sabha Elections 2019: NDA in Bihar to Announce Candidates Before Holi.

Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Check Full List of Constituencies to be Contested by JD(U) in Bihar

  • Valmiki nagar
  • Sitamarhi
  • Jhanjharpur
  • Siwan
  • Bhagalpur
  • Kishanganj
  • Supaul
  • Katihar
  • Munger
  • Jehanabad
  • Nalanda
  • Katihar
  • Gopalganj
  • Madhepura
  • Banka
  • Gaya
  • Karakat
  • Jehanabad

Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Check Full List of Constituencies to be Contested by LJP in Bihar

  • Vaishali
  • Hajipur
  • Samastipur
  • Khagaria
  • Nawada
  • Jamui

Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Check Full List of Constituencies to be Contested by BJP in Bihar

  • Darbhanga
  • Muzaffarpur
  • Begusarai
  • Patna Sahib
  • Patliputra
  • Madhubani
  • Araria
  • East Champaran
  • West Champaran
  • Sasaram
  • Saran
  • Arrah
  • Buxar
  • Aurangabad
  • Sheohar
  • Ujiarpur
  • Maharajganj

While NDA camp is only left with the task of releasing their list of candidates, the rival - Mahagathbandhan - is yet to agree on the number of seats which each of the six constituents of the grand coalition would contest on. While the Congress is vehement on fielding its candidates in 11 constituencies, the RJD is not in favour of relinquishing more than 8.