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BJP Leader Giriraj Singh on a Mission to Expose Nitish

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  1. tunguska

    tunguska Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    Biharsharif: Former Animal Husbandry Minister Giriraj Singh, known for his no-nonsense, firebrand political style, on Saturday launched a 'Pol Khol' campaign to 'unmask' Chief Minister Nitish Kumar who, he said, abandoned NDA after realizing he would no longer be considered for the Prime Minister's post after BJP promoted Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.

    Launching his campaign just few kilometers away from Kalyanbigha, Kumar's ancestral village, in Nalanda district, Singh said that the Chief Minister was an opportunist and the BJP should never have trusted him to start with.

    "He is all about himself and cannot be a friend of anyone. His ambition to occupy Delhi was crushed when he realized that the NDA would not nominate him for the Prime Minister's post and he broke ties with the BJP to just get even with it," Singh said adding because Narendra Modi came from a backward community, Nitish was opposed to him.

    The former minister further alleged that while Nitish Kumar opened up the state coffer for development of his own village, he ignored other villages in the district along with the rest of the Bihar where he did not have personal interests.

    Repeating the party line that the people of Bihar had voted for the NDA and not for JD-U or BJP, Singh said that Nitish Kumar had no right to remain in power as he had lost the mandate of the voters.

    Excoriating the Chief Minister for taking credits for all good things done in Bihar under the NDA rule, the BJP leader said those works were, in fact, done by the BJP ministers, including former Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, Road Construction Minister Nand Kishore Yadav, and Health Minister Ashwini Kumar Choubey but it is Nitish Kumar who walks away with all the credits as if he did it all by himself and the ministers did not do anything.

    "Come 2014, Nitish Kumar would be wiped off from the state because voters have now seen his true face," he said.

    BJP Leader Giriraj Singh on a Mission to Expose Nitish - PatnaDaily.Com
     
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    tunguska Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    Meanwhile BJP has intensify the attack on Nitish Kumar on Subject of recent police atrocities on Tharu communities.

    Nitish should apologize to Tharu Community: Sushil Modi

    Also RJD and LJP say whoever party support JD(u) are their enemy as well.

    Really Nitish Kumar is isolated in Bihar. and he has been attacked from all side. Only congress is showing sympthy to him. But in case congress goes with JD(U) then they will lost RJD as well as LJP.
     
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    Marqueur Peaceful Silence ELITE MEMBER

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    cheap road side randi ... no ethics ... only concerned with power nothing else ... power ke leye kese bhi chat sakte hai !!!
     
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    vstol jockey Colonel MILITARY STRATEGIST

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    The best option for real old JD led by Sharad Yadav is to break away from JDU with its 35-40 MLAs, form a separate group and support BJP and be its smaller alliance partner in Bihar. Otherwise all MLAs of JDU are doomed in next elections. Khangrass can't be an alliance partner of JDU as it will sink them faster and they have a chance only with RJD +Paswan. So it will become a bi polar fight with BJP v/s Others.
     
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    tunguska Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    :lol:Yes both these parties JD (U) and congress characteristics are the same. Look at the hypocrisy of congress which was visible during recent visit of Shushil shinde to bihar after NDA got split.

    Nitish Kumar is a Good Man; Says Union Minister Shinde
     
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    smestarz Lt. Colonel Technical Analyst

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    So technically it becomes 3 sided race now

    1. BJP
    2. Congress + (RJD + LJP)
    3. JD(U)

    If Congress goes with JD (U) and I assume they are not so stupid, that might bring BJP to majority.
    If congress does not support JD (U) it will be minority most probably the only voters for their candidates will be the Candidates family.
     
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    tunguska Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    Actually, if you gone through the two TV programs recently regarding JD (U) leader after NDA split means 1. Frankly speaking with Aranab (with nitish Kumar) 2. Aap ki adalat (with Sharad Yadav) then there stance are really unusual. Additionally, Nitish kumar has given very warm reception to Sushil shinde during his recent visit to Patna. It seems that JD (U) is more desperate to go with congress than other way. I am seeing JD (U) will go ahead with Congress. And it will get cleared in Moonsoon session.

    Congress readies for monsoon session expecting reciprocal support from DMK and JD(U) - Economic Times

    So above equation is like BJP VS RJD + LJP VS Congress+JD (U). Now congress does not have much foothold in BIHAR. But if this alliance become then JD (U) will be wiped out and beneficiary will be BJP and RJD.
     
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    smestarz Lt. Colonel Technical Analyst

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    Your equation seems to be OK, but consider this, Laloo is a maverick, though he has not done any sort of development he can still get vote percentage (which in case of your equation is harmful)
    Also a month of so ago (before NaMo was annointed) there were some Lok sabha bye elections in Gujarat (where BJP won all the seats which were previously held by Congress) but on other hand RJD was able to hold its seat in Bihar, (JD U went about it alone) that might be an indication that perhaps JD U without the support of BJP is a lame duck in Bihar. and if this is a sign then Congress might be best positioned in Bihar if it continues its support to RJD.
    If you look at muslim votes it would be shared between JD U congress and RJD and out of this two would be on opposite sites. Further there is almost 0 probablity that RJD and JD U might come together on "sickular plank"
    To be honest NITISH if he is declared as possible leader of third front would not hesitate to team with Laloo on national level,
    Laloo has secret desire to be the PM too but knows the chances are very very remote
     
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    Actually, only congress is seems in predicament otherwise Position of other parties in Bihar is somewhat clear. Means RJD is JD (U) sour nemesis. LJP also said they will not support JD (U) and also party who support JD (U).

    Congress said Antony committee will decide whether to go ahead with RJD or JD (U) once LS poll dates get announced. But somehow I feel it is JD (U) is more desperate to get closed with congress. From congress side, they will try to replicate the situation like UP where they enjoy the support from both SP and BSP same in bihar from RJD and JD (U).
     
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    smestarz Lt. Colonel Technical Analyst

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    So congress is holding its cards close to its chest..
     
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    tunguska Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    yes it is.
     
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    smestarz Lt. Colonel Technical Analyst

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    What is the right word, chest or breast?
     
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    tunguska Major SENIOR MEMBER

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    Correct word is chest as per idiom. But in case of Scambo and dumbo congress, you can use / utilize any word like mammaries / boobs / Bobla.
     
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    Chirag Paswan Demands Nitish Kumar's Resignation

    Patna: Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) chief Ram Vilas Paswan's son Chirag Paswan, at a press conference in Patna on Sunday, demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar in the aftermath of the Bagaha police firing last week that resulted in the death of eight persons.

    Following his return to Patna from Bagaha where he reportedly met with the family members of the victims of police firing, Paswan said that the police in Bagaha killed seven members of the Tharu community in cold blood and the Chief Minister should own up the police actions and resign from his post on moral grounds.

    Even as the state government has pledged to give Rs. 5 lakh to the family members of each firing victim, Paswan said the amount was too low and the government must give them Rs. 20 lakh instead.

    Also, he demanded a compensation of Rs. 5 lakh to those who received serious injury in the firing besides demanding for the withdrawal of police cases against nearly 700 people stating the cases against them were false and fabricated by the local cops to avoid being blamed for opening the firing on innocent villagers.

    Chirag Paswan, who seems to have hit a major roadblock in the highly competitive world of Bollywood, appears to have abandoned his dream of becoming a star and instead, following on the footsteps of his father who had been in politics nearly all his adult life.
     
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