New Delhi: After skipping NDA’s campaign in poll-bound Uttarakhand and Punjab, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is all set to campaign for his party in Uttar Pradesh from Monday.

Kumar will address first rally of Janta Dal (United) in the state at Kushinagar on January 30.

So far the party has announced 273 candidates. JD(U) is contesting alone in UP assembly polls. However, there are reports that TMC-JD (U) are looking into the possibilities of an alliances to register their mark in the most populous state.

Sanjay Singh, JD(U) spokesperson said, “Nitish Kumar will be campaigning for three days in the first phase. JD(U) MP Ramchandra Prasad Singh will join him.”

Kumar will visit Siswa constituency on January 31. On the same day he will be addressing another rally in Ramkola constituency.

On February 2, he will visit Ballia.

The elections in UP will be held in seven different phases starting on February 8, 2012 and ending on Mar 3rd 2012. Results will be declared on 6th March 2012.