The proposal said that during the epidemic and lockdown, the opposition tried to portray a negative image of Bihar on social media. This was an attempt to break the morale of the citizens of the state and discourage them.
In a two-day meeting of the state executive, the JDU passed the resolution and said that the results of the election did not come as per our expectation. Unlike the expected seats in the election, the hearts of millions of our workers will surely be sad, but your morale has not decreased.During the election, the opposition tried to mislead the youth in the name of jobs. An imaginary and unbelievable assurance was tried to trick him, as he had nothing to do.
The proposal further states that during the epidemic and lockdown, the opposition tried to portray a negative image of Bihar on social media. This was an attempt to break the morale of the citizens of the state and discourage them. This statement from JDU has come at a time when Nitish Kumar is constantly attacking the BJP.
Earlier, Nitish Kumar made a big disclosure during the Janata Dal United (JDU) state executive meeting on Saturday. Addressing the meeting on the first day of the 2-day state executive, Nitish Kumar said that at the time of elections he did not know who his friend was and who the enemy was?
There is speculation in the political corridors that this statement of Nitish Kumar has been made to the ally BJP, because many JDU candidates who lost the election in the meeting mentioned that the reason for their defeat was Lok Janshakti Party Not because of BJP, but because of BJP.
According to sources, the JDU leaders who questioned the BJP’s role for the defeat in the election include Chandrika Rai, Bogo Singh, Jai Kumar Singh, Lalan Paswan, Arun Manjhi and Asam Parveen. These leaders clearly said that their defeat in the election was not due to the Lok Janshakti Party but to the BJP.