The impact of the political development of Arunachal Pradesh is evident in the politics of Bihar. Now former CM and ‘we’ President Jitan Ram Manjio has warned the BJP about this. Earlier, Nitish Kumar had also threatened to step down as Bihar Chief Minister over the issue.
In Arunachal Pradesh, the BJP has integrated six of the seven JD (U) MLAs into its own party. 199. The impact of this case has been intense in Bihar politics since last year. Former Bihar Chief Minister and ‘We’ President Jitan Ram Manji also tweeted on Wednesday that he was deeply saddened by the political situation in Arunachal Pradesh.
Former Bihar chief minister and Hindustani Awami Morcha ‘Hum’ president Jitan Ram Manji tweeted on Wednesday that what happened in Arunachal Pradesh was not clear politics. At the same time, he urged the leadership of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) not to repeat such mistakes and to take care of them. At the same time, Jitan Ram Manji said that those who consider Nitish Kumar weak do not know that we also stand firmly with him. Remember, Jitan Ram Manji’s party ‘Hum’ belongs to the NDA government in Bihar. Four of his candidates have won the recent assembly elections.
Let me tell you, in the past, out of 7 JD (U) MLAs in Arunachal Pradesh, BJP was included in their party. Prior to this development, the JDU was the second largest party in Arunachal Pradesh. This political bet of the BJP in Bihar was seen as a message to Nitish Kumar and his party. Following the incident, the issue was also highlighted at the JDU National Executive Meeting at the Patna State Office. The meeting also passed a resolution condemning the JDU on the issue.
Political turmoil in Bihar has intensified since the Arunachal Pradesh case. After the case, RJD leader Shyam Razak said that everyone in the current NDA was feeling suffocated and Nitish Kumar was also looking helpless. Shyam Rajak also claimed that 11 MLAs of JDU are contacting his party, he can join RJD at any time. Rajak’s claim was today rejected by CM Nitish Kumar himself and said the case was baseless.