‘CM Nitish informed RJD leaders about CBI raids a day earlier’: Bihar BJP head


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Patna: Bihar State Chairman of Bhartiya Janta Party, Sanjay Jaiswal on Tuesday accused Bihar CM Nitish Kumar of ‘working like a rubber stamp’ for Lalu Prasad Yadav and Tejashwi Yadav. Jaiswal alleged that Nitish informed RJD leaders of the CBI raids a day earlier.

The CBI carried out a number of raids on the workplace and residence of RJD MLC Sunil Singh in Patna, MP Rajya Sabha Asfaq Karim in Katihar, RS MP Fayyaz Ahmed in Madhubani, former MLC Subodh Rai in Vaishali and former MP Abu Dojana in Sitamarhi.

“CM Nitish Kumar knew about the CBI raid and he informed the RJD leadership about it in advance. Tejashwi Yadav made Nitish Kumar a rubber stamp to protect himself from various scams. Nitish Kumar protects criminals. As a result, the crime graph is skyrocketing in Bihar,” Jaiswal asserted.

In a tweet, Sanjay Jaiswal mentioned: ‘The ED raid data is just for the Chief Minister. He has began working as a protector of RJD in order that he may be declared a candidate for Prime Minister. minister by RJD. BJP is engaged on Mission 36 for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections and can win”.

He additionally mentioned that Union Home Minister Amit Shah will go to Bihar for 2 days on September 23-24 and maintain a rally on September 23 in Purnea and September 24 in Kishanganj as a part of the “Mission 36” for the Lok Sabha elections in 2024.

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The BJP has set itself the goal of successful 36 out of 40 Lok Sabha seats within the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha elections.

Jaiswal additionally introduced allegations towards the district administrations of Seemanchal area and mentioned that the district police of Purnea, Araria, Kishanganj, Katihar and others had been registering the FIR towards the “Gorakshaks” (livestock protectors) for saving cows from slaughter.

(With IANS entries)





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