Lalu Yadav’s Son Meets Bihar NDA Ally Chief, Sparks Homecoming Buzz

Jitan Ram Manjhi’s Hindustani Awam Morcha is an ally of the ruling alliance in Bihar


A gathering between Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Tej Pratap Yadav and Jitan Ram Manjhi, whose Hindustani Awam Morcha is an ally of the ruling alliance in Bihar, has set off a buzz about potential realignment of political forces within the state.

The mud has not settled but in West Bengal, the place the BJP’s import Mukul Roy has “returned home” to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress, when an identical homecoming of a frontrunner to the Grand Alliance in Bihar is getting a considerably intense hypothesis.

The BJP, a part of the National Democratic Alliance in Bihar the place Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal (United) is a key member, has run into some friction with Mr Manjhi’s Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) over an explosion at a madrasa in Banka district, 250 km from Patna.

Responding to BJP leaders who mentioned these are locations for anti-national actions, Mr Manjhi mentioned, “It is not right to target a community for political gains.”

Then a transfer by Tej Pratap Yadav – the elder son of jailed RJD chief Lalu Yadav – added gasoline to the doubtless homecoming hearth of the HAM chief. Mr Yadav, whose home is just some steps away from Mr Manjhi’s in Patna, went to the HAM chief’s residence right now.

Later, Mr Yadav mentioned he advised Mr Manjhi that he is free to return to the Grand Alliance or Mahagathbandhan, from which Mr Manjhi had pulled out in August final yr forward of the meeting election two months later. Mr Manjhi’s exit from the Grand Alliance was seen to weaken the opposition’s try and defeat the NDA within the election.

BJP MP Sushil Kumar Modi in a press release denied there was any friction with Mr Manjhi’s celebration with the NDA in Bihar. He stepped in and requested everybody within the Bihar NDA to cease making statements in opposition to one another.

“Former Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi is a senior leader of the NDA, so there should not be any rush to take political meaning of any public representative’s courtesy visit to him,” mentioned Mr Modi, who was Deputy Chief Minister within the earlier time period of the Nitish Kumar authorities.

“Jitan Ram Manjhi… is a well-known leader of Dalits in Bihar. They have also seen the misrule of RJD… The NDA is unbreakable and the government will complete its term,” Mr Modi mentioned.

Referring to the incident in Banka, Mr Modi requested NDA leaders to talk of their inner boards as a substitute of constructing public statements on delicate points. “NDA is a democratic alliance, so all the constituent parties can have different opinion on various issues related to the people,” Mr Modi mentioned.

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