PM: A BJP victory against Nitish Kumar in Bihar is a sign of things to come.

BJP largely blamed for the loss of Manoj Singh Kushwahas seat, which was disqualified in August . JD(U) leader Vijay Kumar Chaudhary said the by-election was a cliffhanger .

Mr Kumar's JD(U) suffered a setback on Thursday when it lost the Kurhani assembly seat to the BJP, a party that had only recently split in Delhi, according to PM Modi.The BJP, which is the state's main political party, is largely blamed for the loss of Manoj Singh Kushwaha's seat, which was disqualified in August, bringing the total number of votes to 78, one less than the RJ But it was also of no benefit, according to Anand, in the by-poll that former minister Mukesh Sahani, a BJP protg, and Asaduddin Owaisis AIMIM, a saffron party whose base is often credited with being the JD(U) team.However, the BJP has been fielding Ajay Nishad from Muzaffarpur Lok Sabha seat and winning for the past couple of terms, keeping our support base strong, according to the saffron party leader.The BJP's strategy of fielding a Bhumihar was one ploy to destroy the BJP's core support base.Meanwhile, JD(U) leader Vijay Kumar Chaudhary, who is one of the few ministers in the cabinet whose advice Chief Minister Nitish Kumar takes seriously, thought the by-election was a cliffhanger.Notably, even the number of people voting for NOTA (4,446) was higher than the victory margin, though it was a close contest.

Chaudhary said that the Mahagathbandhan was also felt in all spheres of life.At some places, we also encountered some dissatisfaction with panchayat issues.We believed that the people would rise above national fears and vote for the JD(U) in the name of the state, he said.The JD(U), whose party supremo has vowed to face the BJP in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, avoided criticism of the saffron camps' triumph in Gujarat, but admitted that the loss of the BJP in Himachal Pradesh is a bad warning.

It is vying for control of the BJP, which is a master at deep-rooted conspiracies.The by-poll result indicates a breakdown in anti-BJP votes.In a statement released by CPI(ML)-Ls state secretary Kunal, the statement was readoutput: This should not be taken lightly.

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