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Bihar: One North and two South, Lalan Singh and Sanjay Jaiswal in a double engine government.

JDU national president Lalan Singh (left) and Bihar BJP president Sanjay Jaiswal (right).


Bihar I have a coalition government of JDU and BJP (JDU and BJP) for a long time. BJP has been promoting it as a double engine government, but in recent times, there has hardly been a day when the leaders of the two major constituents of the NDA government in Bihar – Janata Dal United and BJP – are facing each other on some issue or the other. Do not get involved in a war of words. In the latest developments, JDU National President Rajiv Ranjan alias Lalan Singh and Bihar BJP President Sanjay Jaiswal are face to face on the demand for special status.


State BJP President Sanjay Jaiswal rejected the demand for special category status saying that there is no provision for it. Jaiswal said that many states are making such demand but now such a provision is not there. Now the National Development Council decides to give special financial assistance. Jaiswal said that all the states whose Chief Ministers are demanding such a package, they should meet the Prime Minister.

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Jaiswal said that if the Chief Minister of the state meets the Prime Minister after taking delegation, he would also like to join it. By the way, Jaiswal said that if Bihar gets a special package, then it will be better for the state.

On the other hand, JDU President Lalan Singh has given his response by tweeting on this statement of Sanjay Jaiswal, in which he said that this demand is being made to the Prime Minister. He tweeted, “There is a lack of resources in Bihar, yet due to the efficiency of respected Chief Minister Shri @NitishKumar ji, the growth rate of #Bihar has remained in double digits for many years. #Special_State Status in the interest of Bihar and Transform India. Is.

Lalan Singh said that the demand for a special state is in the interest of Bihar. If we do not make this demand, then there will be dishonesty with the people of the state. He said that the report of NITI Aayog also makes it clear that Bihar is backward on many levels. In such a situation, how can the objectives of Transforming India be fulfilled until Bihar will not get special status, because India cannot be transformed without the development of backward states.


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