Lok Janshakti Party leader Chirag Paswan.

A day after attacking the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) because the B group of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Tejashwi Yadav on Monday expressed his sympathy for LJP chief Chirag Paswan and mentioned chief minister Nitish Kumar had been unfair to the younger politician forward of the upcoming state polls.

Without going into the specifics of how precisely Nitish Kumar had been unfair to Chirag Paswan, the RJD’s chief ministerial face famous that Paswan had just lately misplaced his father and LJP founder Ram Vilas Paswan.

What Nitish Kumar Ji did with Chirag Paswan is not good. Chirag needs his father today more than ever before but Ram Vilas Paswan Ji is not among us and we are sad about it. Nitish Kumar did injustice with Chirag Paswan, his behaviour is unfair,” Tejashwi Yadav mentioned.

Chirag Paswan’s father handed away on October 8. Citing ideological variations with Nitish Kumar, the politician has pulled the LJP out of the National Democratic Alliance in Bihar whereas insisting that it helps the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on the Centre. He additionally mentioned the BJP and LJP would type a coalition authorities after the outcomes of the three-phase election are declared on November 10.

On Sunday, Yadav took a swipe on the LJP in electoral rallies forward of the meeting elections. “They are vote katwas (vote splitters),” he mentioned, urging voters to watch out for the BJP’s B-team

The LJP thanked Yadav for his expression of help on Monday. “Everybody has been approving what Chirag Paswan’s views at one point or the other. First they criticise, later they toe his line,” mentioned LJP spokesperson Ashraf Ansari.

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Both Tejashwi and Chirag are dealing with the state elections with out the presence of their fathers for the primary time. RJD president Lalu Prasad is serving a jail time period and can’t participate in elections; Ram Vilas Paswan’s loss of life has disadvantaged Chirag Paswan of an skilled political mentor. Tejashwi Yadav’s conciliatory feedback in direction of Chirag Paswan sparked a brand new spherical of hypothesis about post-poll alliances.

“You cannot rule out a post-poll alliance this election. Not only Chirag, other parties have kept their options open as the election may witness a low turnout. A slight swing will become a deciding factor,” mentioned D M Diwakar, a politicval knowledgeable and former director of the AN Sinha Institute for Social Studies.

On Monday, Chirag Paswan once more reiterated {that a} BJP-LJP government might be shaped in Bihar after meeting ballot outcomes are declared on November 10, and requested BJP leaders to not use phrases like vote splitter towards his celebration “just to keep Kumar happy”.

“Ultimately, a BJP-LJP government will be formed in the state after November 10,” he mentioned.

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