RJD Leader Tejashwi Yadav Confident of Victory in Bihar Elections 2024

In a recent interaction with ANI, former Deputy CM of Bihar and RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav exuded confidence in his party’s prospects in the ongoing Bihar elections. The 2024 Indian general election in Bihar will be held in all 7 phases from 19 April to 1 June to elect 40 members of the 18th Lok Sabha, with the results declared on 4 June.

Bihar, along with Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal, will be the only states where the 2024 Indian general election will be held in all 7 phases. Addressing the media, Yadav asserted, “We are winning all 4 seats of the first phase, and we are in a good position. We have received positive feedback from the electorate. BJP’s ‘400 Paar’ film became a super flop on the very first day…the people of Bihar are aware and will teach them a lesson.”

Yadav emphasized that there is minimal competition in the first phase of the elections, stating, “There is no fight in the first phase. We have said many times that Bihar will deliver shocking results this time. These (BJP) people have done nothing for the people of Bihar. One engine of their so-called double-engine government is mired in corruption, and the other is entangled in crime. People are dissatisfied with them. These people did nothing in 17 years…”

Regarding Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s recent visit to Bihar, Tejashwi Yadav remarked, “He has visited many times. When Nitish ji was not with him, then he used to say, ‘Nitish Babu, the doors are closed for you,’ but they have opened them now. That is why this is a party of liars. Their visit will not make any difference. The more their leaders come, the more our votes will increase…”

The statements from Yadav come amidst a charged atmosphere in Bihar as the state gears up for subsequent phases of polling. The political landscape remains dynamic with various parties vying for electoral supremacy.

The upcoming phases of the elections are anticipated to witness intensified campaigning and fervent voter engagement as parties strive to secure victory in the state.


  • Govind Mishra

    An Indian author and editor. He has also edited several volumes of articles, stories, essays, and poetry. Mishra studied English Literature at Mithila University. He began his career as a political youth activist in Bihar JDU, and a journalist, working for various news portals, blogs, and magazines, before eventually becoming an editor. Mishra has written extensively on social and cultural issues, and his books often explore themes of caste, class, gender, and religion in Indian society. He has also written on contemporary Indian politics and economics, as well as on classical Indian literature.

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