Question after LS result, will Lalu’s legacy ends in Bihar?

New Delhi: Tejashwi Yadav, who is preparing to take over the legacy of RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav in Bihar, has suffered a setback in the Lok Sabha elections. Moving on to the footsteps of his father in this election, Tejashwi has made social justice the most important issue and contested with making allegation against BJP of being anti dalit, poor and minority. Not only this, Tejashwi, had entered the electoral fray with Congress and other five parties, but the alliance of Narendra Modi-Nitish Kumar and Ram Vilas Paswan gave him a tough defeat.

The manner in which the trend has come from a total of 40 Lok Sabha seats in Bihar is clear that the NDA seems to be sweeping the clean. NDA seems to win 37 seats in the state’s 40 seats. At the same time, opposition’s grand alliance is keeping an edge on just 3 seats. The Congress, RLSP and the party of Jeetan Ram Manjhi and Mukesh Sahni seems to be falling short on zero. NDA is leading the biggest victory in Bihar’s politics.

In Bihar, BJP-JDU-LJP came together in the electoral fray. Under the coalition, the BJP was in the electoral battle for 17 seats in Bihar, out of which 15 are close to win. JDU also contested 17 seats and seems to win 16 seats. Similarly, in LJP contested for 6 seats and seems to win on all.

In front of the trio of Modi-Nitish and Ram Vilas Paswan, the leadership of young Tejashwi seems to have faded. This happened when Tejashwi and his mother Rabri Devi and sister Misa Bharati together were raising the issue of Lalu Yadav’s imprisonment under conspiracy. Apart from this, Tejashwi had made a strategy to combine electoral equation with five parties, which have completely failed.