Despite separating from the NDA, the LJP, which is decorating the electoral contest in the name of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP, has started to clear every illusion of the voters attracted to it. Before the Prime Minister himself embarked on the election campaign, Union Home Minister Amit Shah also made it clear that the LJP has gone out of the NDA. At present, the LJP is in the fray against the NDA. There are only four parties in the NDA and all will gather to win each other.
Amit Shah claimed to win three-fourth of the seats
Amit Shah, in a media interaction, made it clear that LJP president Chirag Paswan was in talks, he was offered several times, it was also told that there could be a dialogue, if anything, but it did not work. He said- 'In this election, a new partner has been added in the form of JDU, so everyone's seats were decided to be reduced. The BJP is also fighting on fewer seats. Chirag could not talk to Paswan. Refusing to give the number of seats proposed, Shah said in a question- 'NDA will form government by winning three-fourth of the seats in the election .. Chirag himself has left NDA.'
Shah busts the lamp
On the question of Chirag joining the NDA, he said - what will happen after the election, but it will come with the current NDA majority. Indicating Chirag's statements against the NDA's Chief Minister face Nitish Kumar, Shah said that there were unilateral statements from his side which reacted but the BJP was still making every effort to keep up with him. It is clear that Shah has broken the entire lamp.
Amit Shah said- Nitish will not be chief minister if BJP gets more seats
Amit Shah also put a stop to those speculations that Nitish Kumar will not be the chief minister after the BJP gets more seats in the NDA alliance. Shah made it clear that the NDA coalition is contesting elections under the leadership of Nitish Kumar and his becoming chief minister has no connection with seats.
Amit Shah called NDA coalition united in Bihar
He said that while being BJP President himself and now JP Nadda has repeatedly spoken about contesting the NDA elections under the leadership of Nitish Kumar. He said that 'there are no two opinions, no two opinions. Whoever is trying to spread misconceptions, I am going to put a fullstop on it today.
Before the rallies of the Prime Minister, Shah removed the confusion of voters
Shah's statement is important because the Prime Minister's rally itself is going to start in a few days. The BJP is working to ensure that the NDA does not suffer any illusions.