Bihar People's Party

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Bihar People's Party was a political party in the Indian state of Bihar, founded in 1993 by former leader of the Samajwadi Krantikari Sena and former Janata Dal MLA, Anand Mohan Singh.[1]

Singh was elected to Lok Sabha as a Samata Party candidate in 1996 and as an All India Rashtriya Janata Party candidate in 1998.[citation needed] In 1999 BPP contested the Lok Sabha polls in alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Janata Dal (United).[2]

The party contested the 2000 Bihar legislative election in alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Jharkhand People's Party.[3][4] The party won two seats, contesting as independents.[5]

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