BIHAR : The waves between JDU and BJP in Bihar are rising to new heights everyday. It seems as if politicians from both the parties are firing verbal guns against one another.
Giriraj Singh, known for his controversial tongue has yet again stirred debate and deliberation among JDU Party meetings. Giriraj Singh claims that one cannot speak of Universal brotherhood in India after insulting Hindus. He further went to meet Jitendra Pratap, who hails from Bajranj Dal and is currently jailed at Nawada Jail.
After his meeting with Pratap, he yet again claimed that Bajrang Dal activists had been jailed because of Police planning and scheming. K C Tyagi, the Chief General Secretary and National Spokesperson of the Janata Dal (United) gave a befitting reply to this claim. Tyagi said, that Bihar houses people from many religions and all people are equally respected and cared for.
Further he went on to say that the kind of brotherhood that Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Christians share in Bihar is more than that of any Indian state.
It seems as if JDU & BJP, both have understood the fact that their alliance cannot hold up any longer. With politicians from both parties indulging in cross-firing, is it possible for the alliance to meet a dead end?