Taking a jibe at the conversation between Nitish Kumar and Tejashwi Yadav, Chirag Paswan asked what was happening in closed room for the caste census in Bihar.
Former Lok Janshakti Party president and Jamui MP Chirag Paswan on Friday claimed that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had made a statement about himself during a recent meeting with Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav. There will be talks to stay in power. Chirag Paswan was answering questions from reporters about Kumar’s meeting with NDA leader Yadav earlier this week on the issue of caste census. He now stands isolated in the party formed by his late father Ramvilas Paswan.
‘What’s happening in the closed room’
Taking a jibe at the conversation between Kumar and Yadav, Chirag Paswan asked what was happening behind closed doors for the caste census in Bihar or whether Kumar would once again break away from his ally BJP and discuss ways to stay in power. are doing? Expressing surprise at the Chief Minister giving Yadav “so much time”, he said that Kumar had recently gone on foot to attend an Iftar party organized by RJD.
It is to be known that in the year 2017, Kumar had severed ties with RJD and joined hands with BJP over Yadav’s alleged involvement in money laundering case. Fully supporting the demand for caste census, Chirag Paswan said, “The chief minister’s ally at the Center has made it clear that it will not conduct a caste census, so it is hard to believe that his conversation (with Yadav) happened on this issue. Kumar must be trying to make compromises to stay in the chair.”
gave birth to many political faces
Asked whether he sees the possibility of Kumar reuniting with the RJD led by Yadav’s father Lalu Prasad, Chirag Paswan said, “Why not, the chief minister’s thirst for power has given rise to many of his political faces.” Have given. There is certainly a possibility of that too.”
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