Opinion: Tejashwi Yadav’s growth spurt puts him ahead of the BJP

In the week that BJP acquired the valuable real estate of Maharashtra, BJP lost some position in Bihar.

On June 29, Tejashwi Yadav, head of Rashtriya Janata Dal or RJD, drove an SUV to arrive at the Bihar State Parliament. His passengers were four of the five MLAs in AIMIM’s Bihar province in Asaduddin Owaisi. It wasn’t a normal carpool. They said they were attending his party.

Poaching was unveiled in true Bihar’s “Buff Bali” style. And with their addition, the Tejashwi Yadav party is now the largest party in Bihar, with 80 MLAs, three more than the BJP.

At a press conference, Akhtarul Iman, the leader of AIMIM, now the only MLA, attacked Tejashwi Yadav using non-parliamentary language, claiming that RJD cares only about voting, not Muslims. Speaking of profits. Owaisi faces the responsibility of being the BJP’s “B team” in many election campaigns, acting as a “voting cata” (voting cutter) and polarizing elections that tend to support the BJP. .. Hindu voting will be integrated around the BJP.

The recent mini-revival of the party is behind the move by Tejashwi Yadav to grow the party and signal that he is clearly responsible. In the last parliamentary election, RJD won 75 seats and recently won the parliamentary election in a three-corner battle that defeated the BJP and the Vikassheel Insaan Party.