Modi’s name will benefit every party standing with BJP: Devendra Fadnavis

Bharatiya Janata Party election in-charge and former Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said that “not only BJP’s faith in Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but our allies will also benefit”.

Speaking to the press, Fadnavis said, “People of Bihar have great enthusiasm. Wherever we go and name PM Modi, there is a lot of enthusiasm in the people. People have a lot of loyalty in PM Modi.” They believe in him. In Bihar elections, it will not only benefit our party but also our allies. “

There is an alliance between BJP and JDU for Bihar elections. Of the 243 assembly seats in Bihar, 121 are with BJP and 122 with JDU. The JDU has given some seats to Jitan Ram Manjhi’s Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM), after mutual consent.

At the same time, the BJP has given 11 seats from its account after announcing the development of the Kisan Party (VIP) to be included in the NDA earlier this week.

These four parties have an alliance in this election. According to Fadnavis, the four parties are going to get the benefit of PM Modi’s name.

However after separating from the NDA in the Bihar assembly elections, there are constant attacks on the Lok Janshakti Party, which entered the electoral arena.

On the one hand, the party is being called a vote-cutter and on the other, there are allegations of alliances with the BJP. The reason for this is that Chirag Paswan, despite being separated from NDA, is constantly showing his allegiance to PM Modi.

In such a situation, many speculations are being made about the role of LJP in Bihar elections.Now LJP chief Chirag Paswan made several posts on Twitter on Sunday about the BJP and its relations.

He said, “I do not want the Prime Minister to fall into any dilemma because of me. He should play his coalition religion. If there is anything to be said against me, do not hesitate.”

“I do not have to show how the relationship between me and the Prime Minister is. I can never forget what Dad did for me from the time he was in the hospital to his last visit.”