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India TV Bihar Conclave set to host the biggest power gathering before state elections

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MUMBAI: Riding on a spectacular response, both in terms of numbers & critical acclaim to its special initiatives over the last 2 elections, India TV?s announces the launch of Chunav Manch. This will be a full-day long Mega-Conclave focused on Bihar elections.

The channel that has gained a huge reputation for its top-notch on-ground initiatives over last few years, hold many promises for the avid political watchers & analysts through this initiative. As it is a norm with all India TV events, even this Conclave will be studded with the biggest political names those have direct stakes in these elections.

What makes these elections highly anticipated & a top news event is that many are viewing them as a some sort of a report card to ruling BJP/NDA regime in the centre and others are keen to see how a slightly desperate looking tie-up of various parties ?with different ideologies? be able to fare in the litmus test.

While top politicians will discuss & debate their own visions & beliefs and question others? views for the state, there will be a determined battery of top journalists and top state influencers grilling each of them on issues of genuine importance.

The participants who have so far consented to attend the summit include Bihar CM Nitish Kumar, Former CMs Lalu Prasad Yadav & 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 & BJP Leader Shatrughan Sinha, Actor & BJP MP Manoj Tiwari amongst others.

The Conclave, which is set to be the biggest power gathering before Bihar Elections, is slated for tomorrow, 22nd September 2015. The proceedings shall telecast live & exclusive on India TV from Patna?s Hotel Maurya.

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