Bihar Politics: After Upendra Kushwaha left JDU, there has been a sudden stir in Bihar politics. Upendra Kushwaha has also announced his new party 'Rashtriya Lok Janata Dal'. After this, now BJP has become an attacker on Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
Sushil Modi has termed Nitish Kumar as a weak leader. He said, 'The countdown has started for Nitish Kumar. This is not Nitish Kumar of 2015, this is Nitish Kumar of 2022 who has become weak. Nitish Kumar has declared Tejashwi as his successor without taking JDU into confidence, which no JDU worker will accept.
The countdown for Nitish Kumar has begun. This is not Nitish Kumar of 2015, this is Nitish Kumar of 2022 who has become weak. Nitish Kumar has declared Tejashwi as his successor without taking JDU into confidence, which no JDU worker will accept: BJP MP Sushil Kumar Modi pic.twitter.com/JyJlNmLkaA
— ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) February 20, 2023
That's why no MLA is speaking openly
Sushil Modi said that JDU MLAs are not able to say anything against being declared as the successor due to the fear of being deprived of the membership of the assembly. But the reality is that no one is ready to accept Tejashwi Yadav as a leader. He claimed that even the public would not accept Tejashwi or anyone from the Lalu family.
Sushil Modi said that Bihar's extremely backward and Luv-Kush society cannot forget the terrible period of misrule and kidnapping that it had witnessed for 15 years.
Upendra Kushwaha said – Sushasanbabu is looking for a successor in the neighbor's house
Janata Dal-United leader Upendra Kushwaha announced his new political party on Monday. Kushwaha, who was the National Parliamentary Board President of JD(U), announced the new party 'Rashtriya Lok Janata Dal' after several days of rift with Bihar CM Nitish Kumar.
During this, Upendra Kushwaha taunted CM Nitish Kumar. Said that Sushasan Babu is looking for a successor in the neighbor's (RJD) house.
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