Varanasi (His). Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s rally to be held in Rohaniya on December 24 has been postponed. Bihar government minister Shravan Kumar gave this information on Thursday. He told that Nitish Kumar’s rally was proposed in Jagatpur Inter College. He alleged that Nitish Kumar’s public meeting was not being allowed. Now a new place is being searched for the public meeting. The next date for the public meeting will be announced soon. Minister Shravan Kumar accused the government and administration of stopping the public meeting and said that the double engine government is scared of Nitish Kumar’s popularity. Democracy is in danger under BJP government. The party will now present its stand among the public.
It is noteworthy that JDU had organized a public meeting on December 24 in the grounds of Jagatpur Inter College, a Kurmi-dominated area of Varanasi, the parliamentary constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Due to Nitish Kumar’s rally, politics started boiling not only in Varanasi but also in Bihar’s capital Patna.
Veteran BJP leaders of Bihar were continuously attacking Chief Minister Nitish Kumar regarding the rally in Varanasi. Bihar BJP state president Samrat Chaudhary had sarcastically said that just as the security deposit of Nitish Kumar’s party was confiscated in Madhya Pradesh. The same situation is going to happen in Uttar Pradesh also. Samrat Chaudhary had said that Nitish Kumar’s party had contested elections in Madhya Pradesh. The number of votes a ward councilor wins in Patna and the number of votes a ward councilor gets. If the votes of candidates from Madhya Pradesh are ever added, then Nitish Kumar’s party has not got that many votes.
BJP MP Bhojpuri actor Ravi Kishan had directly attacked Nitish Kumar saying, “This is Mahadev’s city, come. We have heard that Nitish Kumar is coming where Shiva is present in every particle. I want to say with apologies to Nitish Kumar because he is a great leader, please come forward. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the leader of the poor, the leader who makes workers the Chief Minister.
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