The BJP is in a tight contest for the next Assembly elections, with the state government’s vote tally set to take a hit, as it is the third most populous in the country.
While the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is the largest party in the state, the state’s other three largest parties – the Congress, the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) and the Bharatiyat RSS-V (BSP) – are also vying for the largest share of votes.
The state is currently headed by the Congress-led government.
The BJP, which is seeking to expand its power in the State, has already secured a majority in the Assembly polls in Bihar.
The poll in the crucial state has already seen the BJP surge in the polls and it has already claimed a majority.
The party has polled about 28% of the votes so far in the elections.
The state is now the fifth largest state in the world with about 30 million people.BJP’s alliance partner in the assembly elections is the CPM, which holds the seat of Keshavnagar in the north-east.
In the recent Assembly elections in Maharashtra, the CPT won the seat from the BJP.