Upendra Kushwaha to contest Lok Sabha election Karakat and Ujiarpur

03 Apr 2019 10:42 PM

Upendra Kushwaha to contest Lok Sabha election Karakat and Ujiarpur

Updated 03 Apr 2019 10:42 PM

Former Union Minister and Rashtriya Lok Samata Party chief Upendra Kushwaha on Wednesday announced that he will be contesting from two constituencies in Bihar his sitting seat of Karakat besides Ujiyarpur where he would be pitted against state BJP chief Nityanand Rai.
Making the announcement at a press conference here, Kushwaha insisted that he was not contesting from more than one place out of fear of defeat from his sitting seat but to teach a lesson to both the JD(U) and the BJP which have been jointly conspiring to finish me off politically by destroying my party.

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