BJP follows ‘dharma coalition’ in attacking me despite anger at Nitish Kumar, says Chirag Paswan – Politics News, The Bharat Express News

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Paswan has made determined efforts to target the JD (U) by fielding candidates against him, while his party is not competing for seats where the BJP is in contention.

File image of Chirag Paswan. PTI

Patna: Lok Janshakti party chairman Chirag Paswan on Sunday played down recent BJP attacks on him, saying he was only following “coalition dharma” as an ally of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar .

“I don’t need to expose my relationship with the Prime Minister. From the time my father was in the hospital until his last rites, I can never forget what he (the Prime Minister) has made for me, ”Paswan said in one series. of tweets in Hindi.

As the BJP worked overtime to dispel the impression of having a tacit understanding with the LJP, Paswan claimed that Kumar had tried to create a distance between himself and the Saffron party.

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He said the goal of Kumar’s campaign was to show the distance between Modi and him.

Paswan said the chief minister, also the chairman of JD (U), should be grateful to his ally for following the coalition’s dharma by handing him a “certificate” every day stating that he has no link with the president of the LJP despite “so much anger” against Kumar.

“I don’t want Prime Minister Narendra Modi to find himself in a dilemma because of me. He should follow his coalition dharma. He can say anything against me without any inhibitions to satisfy Chief Minister Nitish Kumar” , did he declare.

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He added that he was committed to Modi’s development mantra.

Modi is expected to address a number of election rallies with Kumar and other coalition leaders in the coming days in Bihar.

The LJP’s decision to independently fight Bihar’s polls after leaving the NDA, which includes BJP and JD (U), has muddled things ahead of the next assembly polls.

Paswan has made determined efforts to target the JD (U) by fielding candidates against him, while his party is not competing for seats where the BJP is in contention.

The BJP has accused Paswan in recent days of trying to confuse him by citing his alleged closeness to his senior leaders and reiterated that Kumar would again become the state’s chief minister if their alliance gets the mandate.

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On the other hand, Paswan claimed that an alliance of BJP and LJP would come to power after the elections.

The Bihar Assembly elections are scheduled to be held in three phases on October 28, November 3 and November 7. The counting of the votes will take place on November 10.

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