Lok Janshakti Party president Chirag Paswan on Sunday downplayed the BJP’s latest assaults on him, claiming that it was solely following the “coalition dharma” as an ally of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
“I do not need to exhibit my relations with the prime minister. From the time when my father was in the hospital to his last rites, I can never forget what he (PM) has done for me,” Paswan stated in a sequence of tweets in Hindi.
With the BJP working additional time to dispel the impression of getting any tacit understanding with the LJP, Paswan claimed that Kumar has been attempting to create distance between the saffron celebration and him.
He stated the thrust of Kumar’s marketing campaign has been on displaying a distance between Modi and him.
Paswan stated the chief minister, additionally the JD(U) president, needs to be grateful to his ally for following the coalition dharma by giving him a “certificate” each day that it has no hyperlinks with the LJP president despite “so much anger” against Kumar.
“I do not want Prime Minister Narendra Modi to be in any dilemma due to me. He should follow his coalition dharma. He can say anything against me without any inhibition to satisfy Chief Minister Nitish Kumar,” he stated.
He added that he’s dedicated to Modi’s mantra of improvement.
Modi is ready to handle various ballot rallies with Kumar and different coalition leaders within the coming days in Bihar.
The LJP’s determination to combat the Bihar polls independently after strolling out of the NDA, which incorporates the BJP and the JD(U), has muddied the waters forward of the upcoming meeting polls.
Paswan has been making decided efforts to focus on the JD(U) by placing up candidates against it, whereas his celebration shouldn’t be contesting on seats the place the BJP is within the fray.
The BJP has in the previous couple of days accused Paswan of attempting to unfold confusion by harping on his claimed proximity to its senior leaders and reiterated that Kumar will develop into the state’s chief minister once more if their alliance will get the mandate.
On the opposite hand, Paswan has been claiming that an alliance of the BJP and the LJP will come to energy after the polls.
The Bihar Assembly elections are scheduled to be held in three phases on October 28, November three and November 7. The counting of votes will happen on November 10.