The Left party said that the parties with any links with the BJP have no place in the LDF and asked the Kerala unit of the JDS to resolve the issue immediately.
Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav on Thursday made light of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s expected visit to address a string of rallies, saying that everyone has a right to come to Bihar and who is stopping him.
“Since we have come together in Bihar and formed the government, they (BJP) are in a deep scare. They are frightened about what will happen in the 2024 Lok Sabha election and this fear is not leaving their hearts. I don’t know if their fear would go or not but one thing is sure that they would be thrown out from power through people’s mandate,” he said.
There is a buzz in Bihar that PM Modi will address four rallies in Bihar soon. The dates of the rallies are not finalised yet but the decision has been taken to counter the meeting of opposition leaders from 18 parties in Patna scheduled on June 12.
The BJP has also decided to protest on June 11 and 12 against the meeting of opposition parties.
Sources in BJP are saying that Home Minister Amit Shah came to Bihar several times and held rallies in Purnea, Nawada and some other places but the things are not going in the favour of BJP. Hence, the BJP wants to launch its trump card – the PM – to turn the tables in its favour. So far, the performance of the BJP’s Bihar unit and rallies of Amit Shah are failing to sway voters similar to the situation before 2019 Lok Sabha polls.