Party workers of Congress, JD (U) and BJP vandalize their offices

Madhubani/Patna, Sep 23 (ANI): Post the contentious Bihar seat share plans were declared by both major alliances contesting for Bihar polls viz. NDA and Janata Parivar or the grand-alliance, the respective workers of the two parties expressed their wrath over seat-share.

Congress workers set the Madhubani office in Bihar on fire and BJP workers vandalized their Patna office registering their protest. BJP seems to be relying largely much upon the Dalit and Mahadalit vote bank, and made all efforts to woo both the leaders to counter the RJD-JDU joint-force which has the crucial vote base of Kurmi-Muslim-Yadav which might have created the unrest among party workers.

Congress seems to follow the suit as dissatisfaction cropped up, amidst Congress struggles to find its base in the state, had agreed to fight on 40 seats this time unlike in 2010 when the party fought on all 243 seats and won just 4. Similarly, dozens of furious Janata Dal-United workers protested in front of their party office here after Chief Minister Nitish Kumar released the list of 242 candidates of the grand alliance.

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