Lok Janshakti Get together (LJP) President Chirag Paswan on Thursday took a jibe at Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and mentioned that he would bow down earlier than Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Tejashwi Yadav put up declaration of November 10 meeting election outcomes. Paswan, who has chosen to plough a lonely furrow within the ongoing polls, additionally mentioned that Kumar was “grasping for energy”.
“Now you might be bowing down earlier than the identical prime minister whom you used to unabashedly criticise. This reveals your love and greed for energy. Submit November 10, he might be seen bowing down earlier than Tejashwi,” the Jamui MP mentioned immediately.
Paswan additionally accused Kumar of “instigating” protesters who threw onions in the direction of him at a ballot rally lately. “As an alternative of asking folks to return and speak to him about their issues, he instigated them and mentioned ‘pheko pheko aur pheko’. I do not respect the best way he reacted,” Paswan mentioned.
On Tuesday, onions had been flung in the direction of Nitish Kumar by some protestors at an election rally in Madhubani. The CM was addressing the general public in Gangaur village floor in Harlakhi meeting constituency when the incident befell.
The LJP give up the NDA citing ideological variations with Nitish Kumar. The get together is contesting on 143 seats with its candidates taking up JD(U) nominees in most constituencies.
The primary part and second phases of polling had been held on October 28 and November three respectively. The third and remaining part might be performed on November 7. The votes might be counted on November 10.