Ranchi: LJP parliamentary Board President Chirag Paswan said that after Bihar the party was strong in Uttar Pradesh and in Jharkhand and therefore it was trying to get Lok Sabha seats in both these states. He said that party was in talks with BJP President
Amit Shah for seats in these states and said that since the party was strong therefore it was contesting 6 seats in Bihar.
Chirag said that party supremo Ram Vilas Paswan put go to Rajya Sabha and exuded hope that his party would get the seats in this two States and even if it fails to do so then he asked the party workers not to be sad but rather work to ensure the victory of the NDA candidates considering them as their own party candidates. He said that after Lok Sabha polls his party would contest assembly elections in other states along with the polls of the Municipal bodies.
Chirag said that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar can do no wrong as entire state has faith on him. On the issue of the mahagathbandhan he said that it was nowhere to be found as there was a big difference in standing together and acting together.