Posters war between RJD and JDU in Bihar

Janata Dal (U) hoardings at Patna’s vantage points have triggered a poster war in Bihar despite the assembly elections are still a year away.

In a response, the main opposition party Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) has rebutted JD (U)’s advice to people of the state not to think of an alternative when Nitish Kumar is perfect, with posters reading, “Kyu na kare vichar, Bihar jo hai bimar (Why not have a second thought, after all Bihar is ill).”

Elections in Bihar are going to take place in 2020. The JD (U) Hd been a part of the Grand Alliance (GA) along with the RJD in 2015 assembly polls. The GA comprising of the RJD, JD (U) and Congress has won on 178 out of 243 seats while the BJP won on 53 seats.

The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) was critical of the ‘state of affairs’ in the state.

Leader of opposition Tejashwi Yadav raised his concern on law on order. He said in a tweet that this is a total collapse of law and order in Bihar. Lawlessness is out of control, Nitish govt has failed to take any action against the perpetrators.

People are being killed mercilessly in broad day light & those responsible for heinous crimes are being given a free hand by NDA govt. The NDA leaders have joined the issue with the RJD after it came out with posters.

The NDA leaders have joined the issue with the RJD after it came out with posters.

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