- Chirag Paswan angry over calling LJP a vote cut
- BJP leaders targeted the Lok Janshakti Party
new Delhi. The allegations that started between the political parties about the Bihar Assembly Election in Bihar are not taking the name of the termination during the counters. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has targeted the Lokjan Shakti Party (LJP) of Bihar, to which the LJP has registered a sharp response. In fact, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had called the Lok Janshakti Party as the Votkatwa Party, after which LJP leader Chirag Paswan (LJP Leader Chirag Paswan) looked very angry. On this, Chirag Paswan said that he is deeply saddened by such statements by BJP leaders. Let us tell you that BJP leaders are constantly making rhetoric about LJP fighting the election after separating from the NDA just before the Bihar elections.
Chirag Paswan said that he was very disappointed by BJP’s national spokesperson Sambit Patra calling LJP a vote-cutwa. BJP leaders should avoid such rhetoric. I know that BJP leaders are under pressure. I can know their problem. BJP leaders are under pressure from the Chief Minister of Bihar. Chirag Paswan said that he is not happy with such statements of BJP leaders, but still he is blind support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Chirag insisted that he wanted to make it clear that he was a supporter of Prime Minister Modi and respected him like his leader. Chirag Paswan also said that he would not use pictures of PM Modi in his manifesto and election campaign.
Not only this, Chirag Paswan also said that the people of Bihar will make it clear on November 10 that a government will be formed in the state and whose will not. Let us tell you that BJP leaders are constantly targeting LJP for Bihar elections. Earlier, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar also said that the LJP would not be able to make any significant impact on the Bihar elections.