The LJP has made the Bihar assembly elections very interesting. Almost everyone has guessed what he will get in this election, but he seems to have been able to create doubts about the NDA’s relationship with the BJP and the JD-U.
Many steps, including establishing the LJP as an ally of the BJP, campaigning against the JDU, giving tickets to BJP rebels and contesting against the BJP in just a few seats, have raised suspicions. Who he is with in the election and what he wants to achieve. Since the LJP’s actions could affect the JD-UK, its concerns are true
Sources say the JD (U) is regularly pressuring the BJP over the LJP’s attitude. I have been demanding to clear the situation. Probably because of this pressure, senior leader Prakash Javadekar attacked the LJP on Friday, calling it the Votkatava Party. However, the attitude of the LJP has not changed. Chirag Paswan has repeatedly said that he wants to make the BJP chief minister in Bihar, which is confusing the JDU.
The JDU may pressure the BJP to sever ties with the LJP
Political experts believe that in this situation the JD (U) can now pressure the BJP to secede from the LJP as well. The LJP is still a part of the NDA at the center. If the BJP does this, it will show other political signs. Shiv Sena, Akali Dal will follow another old ally. The LJP has obviously put the JD-UK as well as the BJP in trouble, but it is not clear what the LJP will benefit from this exercise. With the exception of Chirag Paswan, he is becoming the focal point of this election.