Congress angry at Shivanand’s statement, RJD-Congress tension erupted.
In Bihar, on the one hand, the state is moving towards the formation of a new government under the leadership of Nitish Kumar.
On the other hand, the leaders of the Grand Alliance, who were defeated in the elections, are entangled.
Following the latest statement by RJD leader Shivanand Tiwari, the Congress has become more angry.
Election Coordination Committee member and Congress Legislative Councilor Premchandra Mishra hit back at Shivanand Tiwari after his statement saying that Shivanand Tiwari has forgotten the dignity of the language.
The statements of Shivanand Tiwari are statements matching those of leaders like BJP leader Giriraj Singh and Shahnawaz Hussain.
The Congress leader has advised RJD leader Shivanand Tiwari to refrain from making such statements. He said that there is a religion of alliance that all have to follow. Mishra has advised the RJD to rein in the statements of such leaders.
He creates wedge between alliance.
On the other hand, Congress spokesperson Rajesh Rathore said that Shivanand Tiwari is a leader who creates divide within allianceparteners.
Today, RJD supremo Lalu Prasad is behind bars due to a leader like Shivanand Tiwari. Rathore said that Shivanand Tiwari wants to maintain his relevance through such statements after the election defeat.
Actually, they have now been forgotten by active politics. Whose statements have no meaning anymore.
The war between RJD and Congress has started with defeat
In fact, this war between the RJD-Congress had started with the defeat in the elections. The attack was carried out by RJD.
Upset over Rahul Gandhi’s low election meetings and Priyanka Gandhi not contesting the election, Shivanand questioned the Congress leadership.
After this, the Left parties in the alliance also blamed the Congress for not forming the Grand Alliance government in Bihar.
At first, Congress kept silent keeping the coalition’s religion, but now the party has started responding to the allegations of RJD by forwarding Premchandra Mishra along with former president Anil Sharma.