News18 Bihar / Jharkhand of News18 Network is all set to present e-Agenda Bihar, a platform that will bring different political parties and leaders across the spectrum to discuss and debate issues and strategies relating to the coming state polls. It will be aired at 12pm onwards on June 24.
The Agenda series, from News18 Network, brings a ring side view of the thinking and shaping political strategy in the lead-up to elections.
e-Agenda Bihar will be a high-impact virtual summit with participation from top leaders from Bihar. The show will have multiple sessions with an array of eminent panellists participating in each session. The sessions will revolve around the current political scenario and how it will impact the Assembly elections. From NDA’s plans to retain power to the relevance of a strong and combined opposition, from the effect of Lalu Yadav’s stranglehold on state politics to different electoral arithmetic impacting the outcome, the Summit will aim to touch upon crucial factors that will be defining the electoral discourse over the next few months in the state. There will also be a special session on the struggle of Bihari actors in Bollywood — a subject that is especially relevant given the recent suicide of actor Sushant Singh Rajput.
Some of the top luminaries who will be a part of this virtual Summit include Deputy CM of Bihar Sushil Modi, Leader of Opposition Tejaswi Yadav, LJP’s national president Chirag Paswan, former CM Jitan Ram Manjhi, state BJP chief Sanjay Jaiswal, state minister Neeraj Kumar, RJD’s state unit president Jagadanand Singh, RLSP chief Upendra Kushwaha, JAP chief Pappu Yadav, RJD leader Tej Pratap Yadav, Congress leader Prem Chandra Mishra, JDU leader Ajay Alok, MP & former Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari as well as actors Shekhar Suman and Akshara Singh.
The programme will be telecast live on News18 Bihar Jharkhand and its social and digital platforms. News18 Bihar / Jharkhand is once again all geared up for the most comprehensive coverage of the upcoming Assembly elections kicking off its programming with e-Agenda Bihar.