Bihar’s Janata Dal United seems to be splitting into two. Earlier, the fight inside JDU was behind the scenes. But slowly now it has come in front of everyone. On one hand, Upendra Kushwaha said that he is not leaving the party because this party does not belong to any one. On the other hand, the JDU chief says that it doesn’t matter if someone comes or goes. Meanwhile, Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) leader Chirag Paswan has also lashed out at Nitish Kumar.
Chirag Paswan said, “Stake should also be taken. In the same way, our party was accused of dynasty and familyism. But in JDU, only one person has been dominant for decades. Nitish Kumar says that it doesn’t matter if someone comes or someone goes. It shows their thinking. I run a party, so I do not care about anyone’s coming and going. And look at your arrogance, you are saying this about people who helped you in making you. This shows the chain of rhetoric It is that he is at the peak of arrogance. However, Upendra Kushwaha is demanding his share. It is true and the dignity of democracy also says that when you have contributed, your share is made.
He further said, “Upendra ji should know by now that the people of the opposition will never be able to meet the ruling party. I was seeking time to meet him during the Corona period but he did not give time. Bihar in the time of Corona The people of K were so upset, wanted to put their problems in front of the CM but did not give time. The working style of the Chief Minister has been such that he will not meet those whom he has objections.”
Whether it is politics or an odd situation, everyone has heard the statement of Chief Minister Nitish. Take a recent example of Chhapra liquor case. Don’t know how many people died due to poisonous liquor and houses were destroyed. But everyone is aware of the kind of statement he made. On this, Chirag Paswan said, “Biharis are known for their sweet language. The way the CM’s language changes, what he does, what he speaks… Do you speak language? You may have objection to our words but maintain personal respect. What kind of language do you use for senior leaders of your own party? Even I have objection to the Chief Minister’s language.”
On the other hand, Chirag Paswan has given a big statement regarding JDU. He said what is left in the party now? The CM has already said that after him the party will be led by a leader from another party. As of today, Janata Dal United is on the verge of extinction.
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