In the Bihar assembly by-election, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has given a new twist to the politics of the state by saying that RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav was shot. After such a statement for Lalu Yadav on behalf of a leader who made a restrained statement like Nitish Kumar, the reason for this is being searched in the political corridor. Political pundits have started trying to understand and explain the meaning of this statement according to their own. Experts believe that Nitish Kumar has jokingly tried to alert the public by saying cryptic things about politics.
Nitish reminded of Jungle Raj?
Journalists asked CM Nitish Kumar, who returned to Patna after campaigning in the by-election, that Lalu Prasad Yadav has said that he has come to Patna to immerse Nitish Kumar. On this Nitish Kumar laughed and said, ‘Don’t leave it. Kill the bullets. That would be the best, nothing else he can do. If you want, you can shoot. Can’t do anything else.’
By giving this statement, Nitish Kumar has tried to keep the working of Lalu-Rabri Raj in front of the public once again in a joking manner. The CM has indicated that if Lalu Yadav’s family’s rule comes in the state, then there will be crimes like shooting once again.
Nitish also said in his statement that he (Lalu) cannot do anything except get shot. The CM reminded the people of Bihar that Lalu Yadav had a habit of getting his opponents shot.
‘If you want, you can shoot and can’t do anything’
Nitish Kumar wants to end all possibilities for Tejashwi?
The RJD, led by Tejashwi Yadav, performed better than expected in the 2020 Bihar Assembly elections. RJD led by Tejashwi Yadav became the largest party in the state by winning 75 seats. On the other hand, CM Nitish Kumar’s party JDU was the third party with 43 seats. This election result has clearly indicated that Tejashwi Yadav has a mass base among the people of Bihar. It is believed that Nitish Kumar has become alert in view of the people’s attachment towards Tejashwi Yadav. First, he is trying to strengthen the organization by adopting caste equations. On the other hand, by saying such a thing as a gunman, he is reminding the people of Bihar of Jungle Raj.