Patna: Nitish Kumar has walked out of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA). In the changing situation, Ram Vilas Paswan's son Chirag Paswan seems to be active in the politics of the state again. The only political 'Chirag' of the Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) is preparing to unite Dalits and Mahadalits and shout against Nitish. For this too, Chirag Paswan has chosen Nalanda, the constituency of CM Nitish Kumar. Nalanda has been chosen by Chirag Paswan to form the party's base.
Chirag Paswan is holding a training camp for his workers, which started on September 22. The camp will continue till September 24 and will focus on Dalits and Mahadalits. The Lok Janshakti Party's (Ram Vilas) strategy is to project Chirag Paswan as the future chief minister after targeting Dalits and Mahadalits from Nalanda. Chirag will give more time in Bihar. The vision of Bihar First and Bihari First will be brought out about Chirag Paswan and a white paper will also be released for this. Which the workers will tell by going to their society at the grassroots level. Special care has also been taken of the women workers of the party in this camp.
According to the Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas), there are more than 2.5 lakh Paswan voters in Nalanda and if they unite, Chirag Paswan will benefit. That is why Chirag has chosen Nalanda for the start. Political experts are seeing the role of the BJP behind Chirag Paswan's activism regarding the Lok Sabha elections in 2024. Political experts believe that PM Narendra Modi has activated his Hanuman Chirag Paswan in Bihar so that the grand alliance can be given a tough fight. Chirag is popular among Dalits and Mahadalits and the BJP can benefit from it. According to political experts, Chirag Paswan's activism in the name of the training camp is related to this type of planning. It is being said that Chirag Paswan is especially trending his workers. He is telling them why Dalits and Mahadalits are backward at the political, social, economic, educational and agricultural levels. After training the workers on these points, Chirag plans to field them in the 2025 Bihar elections.