The BJP is somehow trying to remove the estrangement between Chirag Paswan and Pashupati Paras after the death of Ram Vilas Paswan.
After the meeting of opposition parties in Bengaluru, Karnataka, the NDA meeting was held in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Delhi on Tuesday evening. The message was given by the NDA that 38 parties are ready to challenge the opposition unity. After this meeting of NDA, a picture started appearing on social media and continuous discussion is going on. This picture was of Chirag Paswan and his uncle Pashupati Paras, two important leaders of Bihar politics who reached the meeting. In the picture, Chirag is seen touching his uncle’s feet.
Why is the discussion happening?
In fact, before 2024, BJP is eyeing to unite all small and big parties. Lok Janshakti Party is an important party included in NDA and is currently fighting the battle of uncle and nephew.
The BJP is somehow trying to remove the estrangement between Chirag Paswan and Pashupati Paras after the death of Ram Vilas Paswan. However, in this fight between uncle and nephew, uncle has made it clear that he will not go with nephew Chirag. The fight between these two is also on the Hajipur Lok Sabha seat, from where Pashupati Paras has announced to contest and Chirag Paswan also wants to contest from here.
Now the discussion has started on this picture which has surprised everyone. Because it can be clearly seen in the picture that Chirga Paswan is seen touching his uncle’s feet. Chirag Paswan has also shared a video on Twitter in which PM Modi is hugging him. Chirag Paswan wrote, ‘Thank you respected Prime Minister for this affection and respect.’
‘The people of the country are waiting for PM Modi for the third time’
Union minister and Rashtriya Lok Janshakti Party (RLJP) chief Pashupati Kumar Paras said after the meeting, ‘We have been invited to the NDA meeting, our party’s MP Chandan Singh and I were present, the people of the country are waiting for PM Modi to become the PM for the third time…
Pashupati Paras said that NDA will get two-thirds majority, 3 of the 17 opposition parties that attended the Patna meeting have now joined the NDA. The opposition will not be able to unite.”