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PM Modi Lives In My Heart, I Am His Hanuman, Says Chirag Paswan

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Patna: Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) chief Chirag Paswan on Friday said that Prime Minister Modi’s photo resides in his heart.

He said that he doesn’t need to use PM Modi’s photograph in his campaign for his upcoming Assembly Polls in Bihar.

LJP chief Chirag Paswan said, “I don’t need to use PM Modi’s photos for campaigning. He lives in my heart, I am his Hanuman. If needed, I’ll tear open my chest and show it,” was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times.

He previously walked out of the NDA alliance after attacking Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar.

Chirag responded to BJP leader Sushil Modi, who accused LJP of using PM Modi’s pictures for the campaigning. It indicated the widening gap with its former NDA ally in the state as the political battle rises.

Sushil Modi said that may take the help of Election Commission to prevent any other party except the alliance members from using PM Modi’s photograph in their campaign posters for the upcoming elections.

Chirag said that his party will not contest any BJP candidate for the elections and he will not make a BJP leader as a CM of Bihar.

Chirag told to ANI news, “My relationship with PM Modi would not be affected by any statements of BJP leaders. Even if they include my criticism in PM Modi’s speeches in the upcoming rallies in the state then also I will not mind that. But I reaffirm that on November 10, I will make a BJP leader as the Chief Minister of Bihar and LJP would be part of the government. I will never put candidates against any BJP candidate in the assembly elections.”

“I have full faith on the Prime Minister and I have confidence that after November 10, BJP and LJP will form a government together in Bihar,” he added.

Previously, Chirag also said that Nitish Kumar needs to put photos of the Prime Minister. “Our thinking aligns with that of the Prime Minister. We share a relationship of heart,” Chirag said during the virtual conference with LJP candidates for Bihar polls.

The Bihar Assembly Elections will be held in three phases October 28, November 3 and November 7, and vote counting will be on November 10.

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