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India TV to tap Bihar elections with Chunav Manch

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India TV to tap Bihar elections with Chunav Manch

India TV announces the launch of Chunav Manch -- a full-day long Mega-Conclave focused on Bihar elections.

The Conclave will feature political personalities who have direct stakes in these elections.

What makes these elections highly anticipated is that many are viewing them as a report card to ruling BJP/NDA regime in the centre. Others are keen to see how the tie-up of various parties ‘with different ideologies’ will fare in the litmus test.

While politicians will discuss and debate their own visions and beliefs, they will also question others’ views for the state. The show will also consist of a battery of journalists and state influencers grilling these political figures on issues of importance.

 The participants who have so far consented to attend the summit include Bihar CM, Nitish Kumar, Former CMs Lalu Prasad Yadav and Jitan Ram Manjhi, BJP President Amit Shah, JD(U) President Sharad Yadav, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, LJP President Ram Vilas Paswan, Former Deputy CM Sushil Modi, Actor and BJP Leader Shatrughan Sinha, Actor and BJP MP Manoj Tiwari amongst others.

 The Conclave is slated for September 22, 2015. The proceedings will be telecast live and exclusively on India TV from Patna’s Hotel Maurya.

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