Loksabha Chunav 2024: Before Jitan Ram Manjhi’s meeting with Amit Shah, know why his demand is in discussion

Rajesh Kumar Ojha

Former Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi has reached Delhi with his son Dr. Santosh Suman. Union Home Minister Amit Shah to shape the shape of politics ahead Jitan Ram Manjhi and Amit Shah Meeting) they will also meet. Amit Shah (Amit shah) Before his meeting, political movements have intensified in Bihar and the demand for Jitan Ram Manjhi has started being discussed. Sources say that before becoming a part of the NDA in the Lok Sabha elections, Jitan Ram Manjhi can place some of his demands before the BJP. It is being said that only after the agreement between the two leaders on this, both the leaders will discuss in detail the strategy ahead.

Governor’s chair for himself, MP’s seat for son

Before the meeting of former CM Jitan Ram Manjhi with Union Home Minister Amit Shah, the discussion of Governor’s chair and a seat of MP has intensified in the political corridor. Sources say that Jitan Ram Manjhi will demand the Governor’s chair for himself and a MP seat for his son from Amit Shah. It will be decided only after this meeting of both that how meaningful the talk turned out to be. It is being said that the matter may get stuck regarding the MP seat. Because Manjhi is demanding the seat of MP, that seat is currently with Chirag Paswan. The BJP has been offering the Governor’s chair to Manjhi since a long time. That’s why it is being said that there will be no problem on this. Along with this, Manjhi would also like to assure that Dr. Santosh Suman should continue as MLC. Because the elasticity of Santosh’s MLC is stuck. By the way, he will remain MLC till 6 May 2024.

Why Manjhi is necessary for BJP

BJP was left alone in the state after JDU’s exit from NDA. BJP needed a leader like Chirag Paswan, Pashupati Paras as well as Jitan Ram Manjhi to win Dalit and Mahadalit voters in their favor. Chirag and Pashupati Paras are already with BJP. After getting the support of Jitan Ram Manjhi, BJP will get success in breaking into this vote bank. Let us tell that this society has about 16 percent votes in Bihar. Paswan has about five percent of it. After the death of Ram Vilas Paswan, his brother Pashupati Paras and son Chirag Paswan claim it. Mahadalit castes (Pasi, Ravidas, Dhobi, Chamar, Rajvanshi, Musahar, Dom etc.) constitute about 11 percent of the remaining vote bank. BJP is trying to connect it with itself with the help of Jitan Ram Manjhi. However, how much Manjhi does it in his favor, only time will tell.

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