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If we get less seats in bypolls, we will win more seats in general election, says Nitish

If we get less seats in bypolls, we will win more seats in general election, says Nitish

Patna, Oct 24 (UNI) Putting up a brave face after the defeat of his party's three candidates in Assembly bypolls, Chief Minister and JD (U) president Nitish Kumar on Thursday said that his party had the track record of performing well in general elections after bagging less number of seats in bye- elections.

Reacting to results of bypolls, Mr Kumar said, “People are masters. I have already said whenever we bag less number of seats in bye-elections, we win more number of seats in general elections. It is an old trend”.

As it is, JD (U) had fielded its candidates in Nathnagar, Belhar, Daraundha and Simri Bakhtiyarpur assembly constituencies but the party candidate emerged victorious from Nathnagar seat.

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