Patna: The ruling party has taken a dig at the situation of the grand alliance in Bihar. Leaders of the ruling party said that the opposition is completely scattered in Bihar. In the Grand Alliance, there is a situation of scattering at all times. Former Bihar CM and Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) president Jeetan Ram Manjhi has said that if the Grand Alliance elected him a leader, he can also be the chief ministerial candidate. At the same time, the Bihar Congress too, stating its claim, said that they too do not have a shortage of leaders.
The Janata Dal United (JDU) tightened its grip on the grand alliance and said, 'This is 'Bhanumati Ka Kunba'. Scattering conditions persist at all times. JDU spokesman Rajeev Ranjan said that Mahaganthabdhan has completely disintegrated. The RJD, the largest party in the Grand Alliance, lacks leadership. Tejashwi Yadav, the biggest RJD leader, does not have the power to take everyone along. He said that the leaders of the grand alliance have restlessness just to stay in the headline.
At the same time, Nandkishore Yadav, a veteran leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and a minister in the Bihar government, has said that there is no restriction on seeing the dream, but there is no vacancy for the post of CM in Bihar. The leaders of the Grand Alliance just keep imagining.