Bihar Rain: Is BJP-JDU coalition in danger?

06 Oct 2019 09:40 PM

Bihar Rain: Is BJP-JDU coalition in danger?

Updated 06 Oct 2019 09:40 PM

In the wake of floods in Bihar, where at least 73 people have died and Patna being the worst-hit part of the state where normal life has come to a grinding halt, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Janata Dal (United) alliance in is deep waters as parties have locked horns over 'inept' handling the deteriorating situation in the state.

JDU on Sunday sought clarification from its ally BJP after union minister Giriraj Singh unleashed an attack on the Nitish Kumar alleging that the state administration is responsible for the "mismanagement" of the flood situation in the capital city and Chief Minister Nitish Kumar "should take responsibility for it". This has led to skirmishes between the alliance partners, with the JDU finally hitting back at the criticism.


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