Amit Shah In Bihar: Union Home Minister Amit Shah is visiting Bihar for two days (23 and 24 September). Administrative preparations have intensified for Amit Shah’s visit to Bihar. According to the information, Amit Shah will first address a public meeting on 23 September at Rangbhoomi Maidan in Purnia. After this they will again stop at Kishanganj. It is being told that on the next day i.e. on September 24, he will offer prayers at the historic Budhi Kali temple here. Now almost the complete schedule of Amit Shah’s tour has come to the fore. However, in the midst of all this, the ruling Janata Dal-United in Bihar and its ally has taken a jibe at Amit Shah’s visit to Bihar.
At the same time, if sources are to be believed, along with Amit Shah’s visit to Seemanchal, BJP has started preparations to surround Nitish Kumar after his separation in Bihar. Therefore, Amit Shah’s visit to Bihar is being linked to this. It is worth noting that last month, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s party Janata Dal-United broke ties with the BJP and formed the government in the state with the Grand Alliance. This will be Amit Shah’s first visit to the state after the political turmoil in Bihar. Although Amit Shah had come to Patna before August, but then the BJP was in power in Bihar. Let us tell you that Amit Shah is mainly visiting Seemanchal in Bihar. Due to this, BJP leaders are claiming the mobilization of two lakh workers from seven districts of Kosi. For the success of the rally, BJP has given full force. Teams of MPs and MLAs from Union Minister to former state minister have been camping continuously in Seemanchal for the last several days. According to the information, apart from central ministers, BJP’s state in-charge, MPs and former ministers will also be present on the stage in the rally.
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Janata Dal-United accused of communalism
Nitish Kumar’s party Janata Dal-United has launched a verbal attack on the BJP regarding this visit of Amit Shah. The statement of the National President of Janata Dal-United Parliamentary Board, Upendra Kushwaha, has come to the fore recently. Upendra Kushwaha has said that BJP’s politics is based on communal tension. This is reflected in the choice of place for Amit Shah’s first visit. But it will be of no use. BJP’s plan to cash in on communalism in Bihar will fail in the same way it did in West Bengal ahead of the assembly elections last year.
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