New edition of political poster war, JDU counterattack on Nitish Kumar
New edition of political poster war, JDU counterattack on Nitish Kumar

Due to the close of assembly elections, the political poster war in Bihar is going on continuously. The latest episode of this war between Rashtriya Janata Dal and Janata Dal United, which has been going on for almost a month, is a poster in support of JDU. Lalu Prasad Yadav has been described as the father of corruption in this poster put on the income tax square of Patna. This is a response to the post by RJD, in which Chief Minister (CM) Nitish Kumar was taunted.

For your information, let us tell you that in this post issued in favor of JDU, RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav and his son and Leader of Opposition in Bihar Legislative Assembly Tejashwi Yadav have given a picture. At the same time, Lalu has been described as the father of corruption through slogan. Through the satire, an endless story has been told about the Lalu family collecting ghats and property. Also, the question has been raised that when did the cats start guarding milk?

The RJD has responded on Saturday about this election poster, in which JDU supremo and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar have been targeted. In the poster, RJD has written for Chief Minister Nitish Kumar that he did not work, he will not count. Along with this, he has been accused of showing imaginary fear during 15 years of governance and publicizing government expenditure. Apart from these, Nitish Kumar has been accused of calling the mafia to the residence, sheltering the criminals, tricking the public, submerging Patna in water, making his praise false in the media and flashing his face. The new poster of JDU is the answer to this. Earlier on Friday, Lalu Yadav was attacked by JDU by issuing posters against RJD - in love of family fascination, reached Hotwar. In the poster, there was also an attack on the massacres and corruption during Lalu-Rabri Raj.

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