‘Can’t win even 1-2 seats…’: Sushil Modi’s jibe at LJP over seat-sharing

Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi on Friday said that the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) left the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) as it wanted more seats than what the BJP was willing to give. He also said, “LJP is a vote katwa (divider of votes) party, they don't want a BJP government in Bihar.” “LJP was asking for more seats than what we wanted to give, so the matter broke down. Nowadays, some leaders of LJP are spreading rumors and asking why did the Prime Minister and Amit Shah not stop LJP from leaving NDA,” said Sushil Kumar Modi. “Who are they to question Union Minister Amit Shah and Prime Minister Modi? Also, if the LJP is opposing Nitish Kumar as the chief minister of Bihar, then it means that they are against both Modi and Shah,” he further said, and added that on one hand, the LJP praises Prime Minister Modi while on the other they oppose Nitish Kumar.

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