The Ghosi seat which fell vacant following the resignation of MLA Phagu Chauhan after he was appointed the Governor of Bihar is another tough battle for the BJP.
The BJP is eyeing a clean sweep in the bypolls in order to increase its tally in the state legislative assembly.
The Rampur Assembly seat fell vacant after Azam Khan was elected to the Lok Sabha in May this year.
In Bihar, the Grand Alliance comprising the Rashtriya Janata Dal, Congress, Hindustani Awam Morcha and VIP party could manage to win only one out of 40 Lok Sabha seats in 2019 general elections.
While Sudhakar Singh will be the party's candidate from Ghosi, Nirbhay Singh Patel will be SP candidate from Manikpur.
While 15 assembly seats in karnataka and 11 in Uttar pradesh will go to bypolls, Bihar's Samastipur Lok Sabha constituency will also see elections.
The new organisational reshuffle is being viewed as an initiative of the BSP chief to strike a caste calculus by bringing Muslims, Backwards and Dalits at par.
JP Nadda, who is known to be well versed with the on-ground situation in the state, said that BJP’s organizational structure will be on his priority.
Sources said that most BJP MLAs, who have been elected to the Lok Sabha, want their relatives to contest the Assembly seat they have vacated.
The party leaders feel that the Congress, in fact, should start preparing for the 2022 Assembly elections which is still two and a half years away.
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Much is at stake both for the ruling party and the Opposition as the prestigious Gorakhpur and Phulpur seats go to poll on Sunday.
With just a day left for campaigning in bypoll bound Gorakhpur and Phulpur Lok Sabha seats, the titans of all major political parties have put their might behind their candidates on Thursday.