Battle of the ex: BJP, JDU Spar on the complete forms of festive names at Bihar

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Battle of the ex: BJP, JDU Spar on the complete forms of festive names at Bihar

The BJP-JDU line line in Bihar intensified while the party leaders of the two parties began to rename the abbreviated form of the name of their rival party.

The War of Words between the Janata Dal United JD (U) and the Bharatiya Janata (BJP) party in the bihar intensified with the leaders of the two parties rejoining the abbreviated form of the name of their rival party.

The chairman of the JDU parliamentary board of directors, Uinendra Kushwaha, struck Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday and said the corruption cases of several political leaders had been closed once they had joined the BJP.

By taking on Twitter, Kushwaha quoted the example of Narayan Rane who would have been involved in the scam of the Adarsh ​​housing company in Maharashtra, the chief minister of Assam Himanta Biswa Sharma who would have been involved In the PWD and Mukul Roy of Bengal scam which would have been involved in the Sharadha Chit Chit and Bengal, which would have been involved in Sharadha Chit Chit Chit de Sharadha and Bengal, which would have been involved in the Sharadha Chit Chit and Bengal Scam funds, among others.

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Kushwaha renamed the BJP as “Bhrast Jan Party” (Party of Corrupt People).

Kushwaha’s tweet was followed by a quick response from BJP spokesperson, Arvind Kumar Singh, who renamed JDU as the “Jaalsaz Dagabaz Uchakka” party (fraudster, traitor, pureloiner).

Arvind Kumar Singh went to Twitter to slam the JDU and wrote: “A party full of Shakuni and political chameleons is JDU.”

The two parties have been with regard since the chief Minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar, turned his back on the BJP and withdrew from the NDA alliance to form a government with the JDU in the Mahagathbandhan.

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