- Former CM Jitan Ram Manjhi tweeted in typical fashion
- Said, RJD leader had said, Grand Alliance will form government
- Find out whether they are in the RJD itself or they have left
Former Chief Minister of Bihar and President of Hindustani Awami Morcha (WE) Jitan Ram Manjhi (Jitan Ram Manjhi) has lashed out at Lalu Yadav’s party Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD). At this time Manjhi, part of the NDA in Bihar, wrote in a tweet in the typical Gawai language, ‘Today is the 14th date, yes? The leader of @RJDforIndia had said that on January 14, 17 MLAs of @Jduonline will form the government of the Grand Alliance. If you know that they themselves are in the RJD, they got out.
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– Jitan Ram Manjhi (@jitanrmanjhi) January 14, 2021
Jitan Ram has targeted RJD leader Shyam Rajak through this tweet. Rajak had claimed that everything is not going well in Nitish Kumar’s party, JDU and many MLAs of JDU are in touch with him. Razak had said that many JDU MLAs are ready to change the ground after January 14. He said that these MLAs are ready to hold ‘Lantern’ (RJD’s election symbol). Along with this, there was also a claim to form a grand alliance government in Bihar under the leadership of Tejashwi Yadav.
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Significantly, in the elections held in Bihar in November last year, the NDA alliance got 125 seats, while the opposition grand alliance got 110 seats. In NDA, BJP got 74 seats, JD (U) got 43 seats, Hum and VIP got four seats each. In the 2015 assembly elections, JD (U) got 71 seats.
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