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#Kolkata: BJP launches campaign for 2024 Lok Sabha polls in Bihar excluding JDU Union Home Minister Amit Shah today addressed a public meeting in Purnia From that meeting he launched a scathing attack on Bihar Chief Minister and former alliance partner Nitish Kumar. Amit Shah accused Nitish of betraying BJP to become the Prime Minister

Nitish broke the alliance with the BJP last month and joined the grand alliance led by Lalu’s son Tejashwi Yadav. After this, Shah stepped foot in Bihar for the first time Union Home Minister went on a two-day visit to Bihar Apart from Nitish, the fight against BJP in Bihar is very tough in 2024 So Padma Shibir came to the event while there was still time

The meeting Amit Shah addressed in Purnia today was called Jan Bhavna Mahasabha It was the first time BJP held a large-scale rally in Bihar after breaking alliance with JDU.

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Attacking Nitish, Amit Shah said, “Nitish Kumar’s party won half the seats of BJP in the assembly elections. However, Modi ji allowed Nitish Kumar to become the Chief Minister of Bihar because he had promised the people of Bihar that the NDA alliance in Bihar would work under the leadership of Nitish Kumar. He betrayed us again. He joined hands with Congress and Lalu Prasad Yadav for his desire to become the Prime Minister.

“Nitish Kumar has only one goal,” said Shah, examining his former alliance partner. “Stay in power at all costs. But this time his mask has been revealed in front of the people of Bihar. They will not give him another chance.” Amit Shah also gave detailed information about what projects the central government has implemented for Bihar, including the new airport. After the meeting, Amit Shah held a meeting with MLAs, MLAs and former ministers of Bihar at Kisanganj.

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Tags: Amit Shah, Bihar, BJP, JDU, NITHISH KUMAR

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