In Bihar, Hindustan Avam Awam Morcha secular hum supremo attacked his party in the guise of RJD leader Shyam Rajak. Jiten Ram Mammi, while mocking anyone without naming them, reminded him of the 14th – where did the RJD’s big leaders go when they claimed to form a Grand Alliance government with 17 JDU legislators? At the same time, those leaders asked whether or not they were in the RJD.
In fact, on the day of the Capricorn, the Prime Minister of Ham and Bihar’s NDA government partner, Mamiri, tweeted that today is the 14th? The Budka leader with JRJDforIndia said on January 14 that he would form the Grand Alliance government with @Jduonline’s 17 Go MLAs. Know that they are in RJD.
– Jitan Ram Mon Hii (itan jitanarm hi) January 14, 2021
After the Arunachal Pradesh incident, when the BJP joined six JDU allies, RJD leader and former Bihar government minister Shyam Razak has said that the JDU’s 17 MLAs are connected to the party. Angry over BJP’s performance, JD (U) legislators want to overthrow Bihar’s NDA government, says Shyam Rajak Furious at the BJP’s performance, the 17 JDU lawmakers have accused Shapiro Rajak of shielding them from the threat of cancellation of membership under anti-party legislation.
Following this claim of Shyam Rajak, the politics of Bihar began to boil. In retaliation, JDU leader and spokesman Rajiv Ranjan has claimed that Shyam Rajak’s statements are trying to mislead the public by making misleading statements. The Janata Dal United is fully integrated and will be completing tenure in Bihar with the BJP and will run the government for 5 years. At the same time, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar completely rejected Shyam Rajak’s statement.