The way Mamata Banerjee has registered a spectacular victory in Bengal’s election battle is also seen in the political corridors of Bihar. Be it the opposition party RJD or the ruling JDU… almost all have congratulated the TMC chief on his performance. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar himself tweeted and wished Mamata Banerjee. However, the most shocking thing that came out of this is the comment of JDU veteran Upendra Kushwaha.
Party Parliamentary Board President Upendra Kushwaha said that Mamata Banerjee has won by breaking a huge ‘Chakravyuh’. After his
Mamta’s victory has an impact in Bihar’s politics
In fact, the BJP leadership had put a lot of effort to win in the Bengal elections. From stalwarts like Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Home Minister Amit Shah, party president JP Nadda, many stalwarts campaigned fiercely. However, the party did not succeed as expected, they could only get 77 seats. At the same time, Mamta Banerjee’s TMC took 213 seats in its name. After this performance, leaders of political parties across the country congratulated Mamata Banerjee for her victory. In Bihar too, leaders of political parties greeted him.
New political discussion started with Kushwaha’s comment
However, the remarks of Upendra Kushwaha, considered to be close to JDU leader and Nitish Kumar in these greeting messages, raised many questions. He wrote in the tweet, ‘Many congratulations to you Mamta Banerjee for her resounding victory in West Bengal by breaking the heavy chakravyuh.’ In this tweet, Kushwaha tried to indirectly target the BJP by using the word ‘Chakravyuh’. This was not the first time that Kushwaha had made such a comment about the BJP.
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So is this Nitish’s strategy
Recently, when the timing of Nitish Sarkar’s night curfew was questioned by BJP state president Sanjay Jaiswal, the JDU leaders were attacking him. Sanjay Jaiswal had said that ‘I am unable to understand this one decision of the government that how the spread of Karona virus will stop by the imposition of night curfew. If the spread of the corona virus is really to be stopped, then in any case we will have to lockdown from Friday evening to Monday morning. After this, Upendra Kushwaha, Lallan Singh and Sanjay Jha opened the front against Sanjay Jaiswal. However, the most special thing in this was the style of Nitish Kumar, he did not openly say anything to the BJP on any occasion.
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Nitish Kumar himself did not openly comment
This time too, when BJP won in Assam and Puducherry, Nitish Kumar tweeted and congratulated him. The Chief Minister wrote, ‘Hearty congratulations and best wishes to the Bharatiya Janata Party on winning the second time in Assam and in Puducherry.’ In view of these political developments, it is being agreed that Nitish’s planning is completely different. They do not want to be seen directly against the BJP. At the same time, along with JDU, Jitan Ram Manjhi’s party Hindustani Awam Morcha is definitely putting things in its own way.
With JDU, HAM chief Manjhi has also been showing his attitude
Jitan Ram Manjhi has also congratulated Mamta Banerjee for the victory. He wrote in the tweet, ‘Congratulations on winning Mamta Banerjee. This victory is the victory of Bengali asmita. Many congratulations again. ‘ The way Hindustani Awam Morcha chief and former CM mentioned ‘Bengali Asmita’, it is an exercise to encircle the BJP. At present, one thing is clear in this whole political development that the three parties JDU-HAM and VIP are trying to reduce the attitude of the BJP leaders involved in the alliance.
Can a new political drama be seen in Bihar
This is because since the Bihar elections, the attitude of BJP leaders was constantly changing. Meanwhile, many other major developments are taking place in Bihar, the main one being the RJD supremo Lalu Yadav coming out of jail. In such a situation, can there be any new political game to be seen in Bihar in the coming days, no one can deny it.