The LJP and the party president are currently the focus of discussion during the Bihar assembly elections. Dissatisfied with the seat-sharing, LDP chief Chirag Paswan has been an NDA attacker ever since he announced he would contest from the NDA alliance and contest against Nitesh.
Asked by the TV channel Aaj Tak about the NDA’s decision to separate and fight in the Bihar elections, he said he did not regret the decision to secede from the NDA and was not afraid to do so. Recalling his father Ram Vilas Paswan, he said that Papa used to say that if there was a lion cub, the forest would explode and if there was a jackfruit, he would be killed. I also went to test myself now. If I were a lion cub, I would tear through the forest. Otherwise I will die there.
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First the warning not to use the picture of the Prime Minister, then the statement of BJP leader Prakash Javadekar and the Deputy CM of Bihar about the vote. LJP president Chirag Paswan, who was injured in the vote, again targeted Chief Minister Nitish. He said the term was being called from BJP leaders, not them.
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“Prime Minister Modi is being called Hanuman and the Prime Minister is at heart,” Chirag said of the PM’s picture. “My father supported me when my father was admitted to the ICU.” In such a situation why shouldn’t I respect Modi’s victory. As far as the Chief Minister is interested in knowing the distance between the LJP and the BJP, I want to dispel the fear that I welcome criticism from BJP leaders, they are free to say anything. But at least their vocabulary is correct. He said that in the near future, Prime Minister Modi will also hold election rallies in Bihar, if he criticizes me, I will also welcome him.