Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) chief Chirag Paswan has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to tell him in regards to the political state of affairs in Bihar.
According to sources, within the letter, Mr Paswan mentioned that individuals are sad with the functioning of the Bihar authorities which may have an effect on the meeting ballot outcomes.
Through the letter, the LJP chief has mentioned how the Bihar authorities is working, floor actuality of COVID-19 state of affairs within the state, mentioned sources on Monday. The letter has not been made public but.
“In the letter, Paswan has described the feedback he received from the LJP Bihar parliamentary board meeting. He has also talked about how bureaucracy is functioning in Bihar. What is the ground reality of COVID-19 in the state and how the government is combating the virus,” sources mentioned.
“In the letter, Paswan has said that people are not happy with the functioning of the Bihar government and this may have an impact on the Bihar Assembly elections,” they added.
The points had been raised within the Bihar Parliamentary board assembly on September 7.
LJP has referred to as a gathering of its MPs on September 16 to know in regards to the ruling Janata Dal-United’s (JD-U) recognition.
According to sources, LJP has referred to as this assembly to debate problems with discomfort with JD-U and its leaders.