Bihar Assembly Election: Chirag said - I do not need a picture, I am Hanuman of PM Modi, if I can show Chest Rip

The rhetoric in Bihar Legislative Assembly elections has intensified. The Lok Janshakti Party chief again showed Modi love on Friday amid the ongoing dispute between JDU and LJP. Chirag said that I am Hanuman of PM Narendra Modi.

16th October, 2020

The rhetoric in Bihar assembly elections has intensified. In the ongoing dispute between JDU and LJP, the President of Lok Janshakti Party on Friday again showed Modi love. Chirag Paswan said that I am Hanuman of PM Narendra Modi. Talking to the media, the LJP president said that I should not put a picture of Modi anywhere, he lives in my heart. I am his Hanuman, try to rip my chest. Was, am and will be with Modi.

Nitish needs to use PM's photo

Chirag said that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was worried that I should not use the picture of the Prime Minister. He asked which of our candidates used the photograph of PM. The LJP president said that I do not need to put a picture, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar needs it because he has always insulted and opposed Narendra Modi.

They will suffer loss by contesting elections alone

Chirag said that LJP is a 20-year-old party, why can't my party have its own opinion and opinion? He said that the CM is upset that LJP is going to suffer loss in the assembly elections this time due to the lone election.

Government does not want to allow LJP to be formed: Sushil Modi

State Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi has called the Lok Janshakti Party's claim as false, stating that there has been a discussion between the LJP leader and Amit Shah about the election. He said that LJP had a dispute over seats. LJP was demanding more seats than the BJP was giving. Due to which the talks were broken and the Lok Janshakti Party decided to separate itself from the coalition. He said that the party which cannot win even one seat in Bihar is spreading confusion by claiming to form the government today.

Category: India: Bihar


Reported by:
Pankaj Prasad