Nitish Kumar, Sushil Modi and Tejashwi
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- BJP leaders are pushing against LJP on JD (U) on seats of coalition
- BJP gets chance to show sympathy after Union Minister Paswan’s death
- PM can remember Ram Vilas Paswan in 20 rallies
- Only Prime Minister Modi, Nadda and Shah can give comfort to JD (U) leader
Assembly elections 2020 stands as a Yaksha question in front of Nitish Kumar, an expert in esoteric politics. The problem of Nitish Kumar, who specializes in tilting the wind, is also that this time he has become entangled in his own woven political net. According to Nitish Kumar’s political guru and former Union Minister Sharad Yadav, such situations come after humans are egoistic. Sharad Yadav’s line is old, but seems relevant. Nitish Kumar’s latest problem is that the leaders of the JD (U) who have come in alliance with the BJP, are rebelling BJP leaders from the LJP ticket. After all, how does Nitish Kumar sleep?
In Bihar, voting will be held in 71 seats in the first phase. The first phase has brought a thorn for Nitish Kumar. Usha Vidyarthi, who was MLA in Paliganj seat, said hello to BJP after seeing this seat going to JD (U) ‘s account. Lok Janshakti has become its candidate by joining the party. Indu Kashyap, a member of the BJP Working Committee, has also left the party. Lajpai has become. The intention is to contest elections.
BJP Mahila Morcha spokesperson Shweta Singh is also on the path of Usha Vidyathi. Similarly, Rameshwar Chaurasia is a staunch leader of the BJP, but after going to the JD (U) account of the Nokha seat, he has nominated the Lok Janashakti Party to contest from Sasaram. BJP state vice president Rajendra Singh did the same. Seeing the JD (U) account of Dinara seat, he has also become a candidate on the LJP ticket. Rajendra Singh was also known as ‘Manohar Lal Khattar of Bihar’ in the 2015 assembly elections. Rakesh Kumar Singh has also left the BJP and joined the LJP to Ghosi seat. Mrinal Shekhar was the last time the assembly candidate. This time Amarpur seat has gone to JD (U) account. So Mrinal is also flailing and rocking.
Many more leaders can rebel JD (U)
In the second and third phase elections too many BJP leaders can be rebellious. The possibility is being told that all of these people will join the party. There are two big reasons for this. Firstly, Chirag Paswan has consistently praised Prime Minister Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah, BJP President JP Nadda. The second reason is that the BJP leaders will be expected to join the supporters if they contest the election on the JD (U) account with a LJP ticket. Because Chirag has promised to remain with the BJP. In this way Chirag Paswan is proving to be the biggest threat to JD (U) itself.
BJP has not given message yet, chances are still low
It contested 157 seats in 2015. Therefore, he had to give up 47 seats this time and almost all of these have gone to JD (U) ‘s account. After the death of Ram Vilas Paswan, the party is not in a mood to give up the opportunity to take advantage of the sympathy of Dalit votes in Bihar. It is also a time of great religious crisis for Nitish Kumar. The Prime Minister himself has described his true friend as a tribute to Ram Vilas Paswan. Chirag has a hand on his back. Chirag has also not only promised to remain with the BJP on the basis of his affection from the Prime Minister and Home Minister Shah, but also praised everyone. Chirag is the one who brought Ram Vilas Paswan and LJP with BJP in 2014. In such a situation, Nitish Kumar’s wish is less likely to be fulfilled.
Prime Minister’s 20 rallies and Nitish Kumar’s hopes
Prime Minister Narendra Modi can hold 20 public meetings in connection with the Bihar assembly elections. Given the challenge of Kovid-19, this rally will take place with all measures. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is trying to be with them. So that the message of strong NDA can be given. It is believed that after the Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan’s body has merged into the Five Elements, the vehicle of politics will move forward. But in this too, the possibility of politics may be more for Chirag and BJP and less for Nitish Kumar.
What kind of politics game is this?
It was never too late for Lalu Yadav’s eye, Nitish Kumar, to leave him. The decision to merge political guru Sharad Yadav’s party by persuading Samata Party leader George Fernandez was also taken in the ring. Those who understand politics know that Nitish, who was coming to terms with his objective, not only broke with the BJP in 2013, but in 2010, then the then Chief Minister of Gujarat Narendra Modi did not allow the Bihar Legislative Assembly to campaign.
In 2015, Sharad Yadav was embraced by Lalu Prasad Yadav, he contested, won, became the Chief Minister. After this, leaving Sharad Yadav and Lalu Yadav did not shy away from forming a government in Bihar by joining with BJP.