Today marks Amit Shah's first major rally in Bihar after the JD(U) severed relations with the BJP

Today marks Amit Shahs first major rally in Bihar after the JD(U) severed relations with the BJP

The first after erstwhile ally JD(U) left the NDA alliance on August 9, Union Home Minister Amit Shah will speak at a large gathering called "Jan Bhavna Mahasabha" in Purnia, Bihar, at "Rangbhoomi Ground" this afternoon.

To set the stage for the 2024 General Elections, in which Bihar controls 40 Lok Sabha seats and the BJP is poised to engage in a frontal contest with the Mahagathbandhan, Shah will begin a two-day tour to the state today.

Nityanand Rai, MoS Home, stated in a statement to ANI: "The public is quite enthusiastic about this "Jan Bhavna Mahasabha." Along with BJP activists, the general public has also made preparations for the success of this massive event ".

Attacking the Mahagathbandhan government in Bihar, Rai said that the "collapse of law and order" in the state after the election of the new administration has enraged the populace.

The BJP cadre is pleased with Nitish Kumar leaving the coalition, according to former deputy chief minister and Rajya Sabha member Sushil Modi, who also said that the party would now be able to win more seats in the state.

"Amit Shah's rally today would encourage BJP leaders and cadres. Party no longer need JD backing (U). In the general election of 2024, the faces of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Amit Shah are attractive enough to win the majority of Lok Sabha seats "said he.

Nitish Kumar "hatched a plan," he claimed, to implement the "Jungle Raj part-2."

But at the same time, Tejashwi Yadav, the chief minister, fails to recognise that the times have changed and that Bihar's citizens are fully aware that crime, corruption, and nepotism are no longer acceptable under the BJP-led NDA government at the Centre, he added.

Amit Shah will set the tone for the party for the next general elections with today's rally, according to another BJP senior who spoke on the condition of anonymity. The BJP aims to win over 35 seats out of the state's 40 seats.

Several state BJP leaders, including Union Ministers, MPs, and MLAs, are camped out in neighbouring districts including Purnia, Kishanganj, Katihar, and Araria for several days in order to organise for Shah's rally. They are also engaging with locals and leaders to ensure the success of the rallies today.

September 23, at 4 p.m. at Mata Gujri University in Kishanganj, the Union Home Minister, Amit Shah, will also speak to a gathering of Bihar BJP MPs, MLAs, and previous ministers. Shah will also speak at tomorrow night's Bihar BJP Core Committee meeting at Kishanganj's Mata Gujri University.


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