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Chirag feels a void in the LJP after father Ram Vilas’ death

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By Manoj Pathak Patna, March 4 : The Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) in Bihar resembles a house deserted after the demise of its founder Ram Vilas Paswan with his son and Jamui MP Chirag Paswan finding it difficult to pick up the pieces and take everyone along with him.
Nutan Singh, who was the only LJP representative in the Bihar Legislative Council, has also switched over to the BJP.
In the assembly elections held last year, Chirag had introduced his party by calling himself ‘Hanuman’ of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
However, the BJP leaders, even Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said during his Bihar tour that only the BJP, JD-U, Vikas Insan Party and Hindustani Awam Morcha are included in the NDA.
Despite this, the LJP was believed to have succeeded in creating confusion among the voters. This is the reason that LJP may have won one seat in the election while the Janata Dal-United (JD-U) had lost many seats. However, for Chirag, the bet now seems to be backfired.
The BJP sent a clear message to the LJP by not sending any other LJP leader to the Rajya Sabha seat vacated after the demise of LJP founder Ram Vilas Paswan. The move indicated that the LJP’s position in the NDA is no longer the same.


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