The split in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) before the Bihar Assembly Polls has now reached an era of aggressive accusation. From Delhi to Patna, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders have started calling the candidates of Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) a vote cut. On Friday, apart from Union Minister Prakash Javadekar, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Bihar in-charge Devendra Fadnavis, Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi and Bhupendra Yadav in one voice attacked Chirag Paswan through their statements and openly cast their votes. Sayed
LJP says that the statements of BJP leaders against them are being made under pressure from Nitish Kumar. BJP leaders say that there may be truth in Chirag Paswan’s words. According to him, it is not hidden from anyone that Nitish Kumar is very upset with the criticism of Chirag Paswan every day and he feels that this cannot be done without the help of the central leadership of BJP.
BJP leaders also believe that what initially was their assessment that Chirag would ensure the defeat of more and more Nitish Kumar candidates by only contesting against the candidates of Janata Dal United (JDU), but now their feedback shows the opposite Used to be.
According to information received from many district units of the party, the Janata Dal United leaders and their traditional voters blame the BJP for the aggressive statements of Chirag. Its effect is also seen in the campaign where their attitude is quite indifferent.
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Also, Chirag Paswan has publicly stated that every step he has taken has told Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP National President JP Nadda about this in detail, Bihar BJP leaders started to feel that A wrong message of this will go to the ground level. Therefore, he immediately got involved in damage control and adopted an aggressive attitude against Chirag Paswan.
On Friday, leaders from Delhi to Patna attacked him in one voice, and so far the media has repeatedly asked questions that you never tweeted anything on the footsteps of Chirag Paswan. For the first time, on Friday, Bhupendra Yadav criticized Chirag Paswan’s step.
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