The meat-rice fight in Bihar reached the court, JDU filed a case against Samrat Chaudhary, hearing on May 22


The political mercury is hot on the alleged statement of BJP State President Samrat Chaudhary about serving liquor on behalf of JDU National President cum Munger MP Rajeev Ranjan Singh alias Lalan Singh in honor of Grand Alliance workers. In the midst of allegations and counter-allegations, JDU’s state secretary Santosh Sahni has filed a case against BJP state president in Munger court.

Lalan Singh had organized the banquet

After registering the case, State Secretary Santosh Sahni told reporters that on May 14, JDU’s national president cum MP Lalan Singh had organized a felicitation feast for the worker of the Grand Alliance at the Polo Ground. In which mutton-rice and vegetarian food was arranged.

Samrat Chaudhary talked about serving alcohol

Regarding the Samman Bhoj, BJP state president Samrat Chaudhary had said that mutton-rice and liquor were served in the said banquet under the leadership of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. On this statement, he has filed a case with the Chief Judicial Magistrate in Munger Court. The case number is 527 C/23. He told that the case was registered only on May 17 and the date has been set by the magistrate for hearing the case on May 22, 2023.

It is BJP’s business to make blatant statements.

Santosh Sahni and Manoranjan Majumdar said that the unrestrained rhetoric by the BJP state president is a part of petty politics. By the way, their business is to give blasphemous statements. But this time he is trapped in the affair of JDU leaders and workers. Similarly, JDU workers will continue to legally reply to each of their indecent and derogatory statements.

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Vigorous campaign to enforce prohibition

He said that Nitish Kumar brought prohibition law in public interest and taking it as a mission, a campaign has been launched to implement it strictly. The BJP state president has also done the work of humiliating this law by giving a statement. He said that the BJP leaders got agitated by the crowd of thousands of workers who gathered in the honor of the Grand Alliance and started making low-level statements indiscriminately. JDU workers and leaders will work to teach them a lesson.


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