Bihar Assembly Elections 2020 are very close, and this time young and dynamic lady Pushpam Priya have directly challenged the old politician and current CM of Bihar Nitish Kumar.
Masters from London School of Economics, Pushpam Priya has become currently a hot topic in the politics of Bihar. As with as advertisement in March she had directly challenged CM Nitish Kumar to contest as Chief Minister position under her own party named ‘Plurals’.
Who is Pushpam Priya Chaudhary?
As Interview given to The Lallantop, Pushpam Priya is daughter of JDU leader Vinod Chaudhary, who is currently an MLC. Pushpam is born and braught up in Darbhanga, Bihar and have complete her graduationa and Master in London.
She has Masters Degree in Public Administration, And she want to utilise her Management skills to develop Bihar’s economics with her ideas of Industrial and Agricultural Revolution in Bihar, as per an Interview given to various channles.
Pushpam Priya’s Ideas and Reason behind forming a Political Party
As per Pushpam she want to change Bihar and develop the state economically and socially. Her party will work on education, poverty, and various other factors because of Bihar is on under-developed state’s list this time.
She has told to The Lallantop that she will work hard to restart the closed Sugar and Paper Mills and simultaneously she will try to start new industries which will help in the employment generation at local level.
Will Pushpam Priya be the next CM of Bihar?
Pushpam’s Party Plural will contest on every seats of Bihar, She will be the candidate form two seats (Bankipur, Patna and one from Mithlanchal most probably Darbhanga Gramin).
And first time in Bihar’s history any party is contesting election without the propaganda’s of Cast and Religion. As per Pushpam the need of hour is the full focus on development of Bihar which is only possible by forgetting cast and religion and vote for the new generation and new thoughts, vote for employment and social development.
With these ideologies who know she can be the next revolutionary change in the Bihar Politics, which is very much required with the present condition of Bihar.