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In Bihar, knives are out for Nitish Kumar while BJP washes its hands

In order to pre-empt the very remote possibility of Nitish Kumar and JD(U) rejoining the opposition alliance against the BJP, Sushil Kumar Modi and other BJP leaders have been sharpening their attack on RJD leader and former CM Lalu Prasad Yadav, who remains in judicial custody in Ranchi. But that has not prevented the BJP from attacking the RJD leader on a daily basis, reminding people of lawlessness during his tenure and his alleged disproportionate assets.

Meanwhile, BJP leaders are trying to play down the link between a spike in COVID-19 cases in the state with the digital rally addressed by Amit Shah on July 7. The party had then boasted that 72,000 LED screens had been put up across the state to enable people to listen to the Union Home Minister address people and party workers. Within 10 days of the Home Minister’s digital rally, COVID-19 cases in the state began to spike and did not spare even the BJP headquarters in Patna. On July 17, the party summoned a corona testing mobile van at its office which collected the samples of 110 persons including leaders, workers and office staff.

Sanjay Jaiswal and Nagendra Nath—the president and general secretary (organisation) of the Bihar BJP respectively—were among several party cadres who tested positive, following which the party’s state headquarters, where the leaders and workers had assembled to listen to the address, was sealed.

The BJP spokesman, Nikhil Anand said, “The samples included that of many outsiders who had gathered to get tested against the virus when they saw the van”. But the samples of Jaiswal, Nagendra Nath, another general secretary, Devesh Kumar had tested positive, he admitted. Media reports said that 75 BJP leaders and cadres associated with the party office had tested positive.

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