The results of the Bihar assembly elections have been announced. The NDA has a majority with 125 seats. In this way, the NDA coalition government is going to be formed once again under the leadership of Nitish Kumar. At the same time, after Nitish Kumar, Tejashwi Yadav and Chirag Paswan, the most discussed leader among any leader in this election is Pushpam Priya Chaudhary.
However, Pushpam Priya Chaudhary has suffered disappointment after the election results. Her, The Plurals Party was not able to win single seat. At the same time, Pushpam Priya, who declared herself as the Chief Ministerial candidate, suffered a crushing defeat.
Pushpam Priya announced her party in March 2020 and declared herself the Chief Ministerial candidate. Pushpam Priya’s is daughter of Vinod Chaudhary, who returned from London, has also been a Janata Dal-United (JDU) leader and former Legislative Council member. Vinod Chaudhary is counted among those close to Nitish Kumar. In such a situation, it was shocking for Pushpam Priya to announce her party.
Where did Pushpam Priya contest the election and what was her position?
Pushpam Priya contested two seats in the Bihar elections. The first seat was Bankipur and the second was Bisfi. In Bankipur’s seat, she was pitted against BJP’s Nitin Naveen and Congress’s Luv Sinha. Pushpam Priya got 5,189 votes on this seat. At the same time, BJP candidate Nitin Naveen won from here and got 83,068 votes. Luv Sinha, son of Congress candidate and actor Shatrughan Sinha, finished second with 44,032 votes.
At the same time, Pushpam Priya got only 1509 votes less than NOTA on the Bisfi assembly seat. The seat was won by BJP’s Haribhushan Thakur, who received 86,298 votes. In both seats, Pushpam Priya could not even save the bail.