Amit Shah: The Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance, or INDIA, of the opposition was criticised by Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday. He claimed that INDIA changed its previous name, United Progressive Alliance, in order to avoid being involved with widespread corruption.
Amit Shah’s Critique of Nitish-Lalu Partnership and Name Change
Nitish Kumar, the chief minister of Bihar, and Lalu Prasad Yadav, the leader of the RJD, allegedly have a short-lived alliance that is similar to that of oil and water. “They have made a new alliance with a new name. They worked with the name of UPA and did corruption worth ₹12 lakh crore. Lalu Yadav did corruption worth crores while he was the railway minister. They changed their name because they could not come back with the name UPA, hence they had to come up with INDI Alliance,” Shah said at a rally in Bihar’s Jhanjharpur in the Madhubani district.
Lalu’s Ambitions, Nitish’s Hopes, and Concerns About ‘Jungle Raj’ in Bihar
The senior BJP leader claimed that ‘the opposition coalition was self-serving and claimed that Lalu Yadav wanted to appoint his son the chief minister. The prime ministership is Nitish Kumar’s ambition. However, it is impossible because the prime ministerial office is not open. Once more, Narendra Modi will assume that post. Due to this arrangement, the Jungle Raj will return to Bihar. Through their efforts at appeasement, they are ceding control of Bihar to forces that will prevent its security.’ Additionally, Shah brought up DMK leader Udhayanidhi Stalin’s and Bihar cabinet member Chandra Shekhar’s contentious comments on the Ramcharitmanas and “Sanatana Dharma.” “People of this alliance disrespect Ramcharitmanas… cancel holidays on Rakshandhan and Janmashtami. They relate Sanatana Dharma to a number of diseases. All they can do is appeasement…, The opposition alliance opposed construction of the Ram temple,” Shah said.
NDA Aims for a Sweep of All 40 Lok Sabha Seats in Bihar
The home minister asserted that the NDA would surpass the previous record set in 2019 by winning all 40 Lok Sabha seats in Bihar in the 2024 elections. Shah further said that Bihar’s law and order situation was becoming worse every day and that the “opportunistic alliance” will make matters worse. Shah added that the inclusion of the African Union at the G20 was due to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.