Bihar Assembly elections have reached an all time high. Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the leaders of all political parties are busy campaigning for their respective parties. Each party is trying different tactics for to win. Meanwhile, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Modi in a series of tweets has accused Lalu Prasad Yadav of indulging in black magic and black magic in a bid to win.
Sushil Modi alleged that three years back, RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav had indulged in black magic in a bid to kill him.
He also alleged that Lalu is so superstitious that on advice of a tantrik he gave up wearing white kurta.
He further alleged that back in 2005, Lalu put up a juju with black magic spell in a wall at the Bihar CM’s official residence so that no one else can stay on as the chief minister for long.
However, Nitish Kumar has stayed in same residence and served the people for 15 years, Sushil Kumar Modi said. Sushil Kumar Modi further said that when PM Modi swore in as Prime Minister in 2014, Lalu had claimed that the ‘Godhuli’ muhurat for oathtaking was inauspicious and predicted that the government won’t complete the five-year term.
However, Lalu’s predictions had come wrong and not only the government lasted a full term, it worked hard for nation building and security.
“Blinded by superstitions, Lalu was rooting for Modi government to fail and plunge the nation into instability. But the people of the country supported PM Modi and brought him back,” Sushil Kumar Modi tweeted.
He further revealed how in 2009 when Nitish Kumar had eaten a biscuit during the full solar eclipse, the superstitious Lalu had predicted a famine for Bihar.
However, contrary to that, under the NDA, the agriculture output has increased manifold in Bihar.
Sushil Kumar Modi said how since Lalu has no faith in the people he has resorted to black magic.
He further revealed that ahead of Bihar assembly elections, Lalu is going to carry out animal sacrifice at Kelly Bungalow in Ranchi in violation of jail manual.
Bihar goes to vote in first phase of elections on 28th October, 2020. Second and third phase voting will take place on 3rd and 7th November. The results for the elections will be declared on 10th November 2020.