The party central leadership has decided in principle to appoint a new president for the Bihar unit of the party either from an EBC or SC to challenge Nitish Kumar-led Mahagathbandhan.
Modi, a former deputy chief minister of Bihar, had recently demanded the resignation of state Agriculture minister Sudhakar Singh for his alleged involvement in the rice scam.
Former Deputy CM and BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP Sushil Kumar Modi sought to hold the CM responsible for the incident.
Kartikey Singh was reportedly supposed to appear before the court on August 16. Singh has not appeared before the court and has also not filed any anticipatory bail petition in the court so far.
"We thought that Nitish will opt out of electoral politics by 2025 as he will be 75 years old by then. We didn’t know that he would snap ties to explore greener pastures in Opposition camp," he added.
Senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi's allusion was to Yadavs and Muslims, largely seen as loyal to the RJD.
The JD(U) leader, who snapped ties with the BJP on Tuesday and joined hands with the opposition RJD to return as the CM, made the remark as a riposte to allegations levelled against himself by Modi.
Nitish Kumar and Sushil Modi were compared with the hit cricket pair of Sachin Tendulkar and Saurav Ganguly in Bihar politics who had plied the NDA boat smoothly since 2005.
Earlier this week, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said a law on population control would not serve any purpose but insisted instead on education for girls and women.
He posed another question seeking a reply on how Lalu and his family members got ownership of 141 plots of land, over 30 flats and more than half a dozen houses in Patna and its suburbs.
Sushil Modi's averment came in the wake of the contention by Lalu Prasad's RJD that the BJP has been opposed to social justice and thus it had not agreed to caste census nationally.
The internal clash in Bihar BJP started after the 2020 assembly polls itself, even though the party put up an impressive show by emerging as the second-largest party with 74 seats.
Modi in the special mention highlighted that Bihar lacks coal and other renewable energy sources, which are essential for producing energy.
Sources from CBI said that more than 100 requests were made in the last few years for obtaining general consent for CBI which have still not been granted by the concerned states.
Modi said the traditional print and news broadcast media are passing through their worst phase in recent history as advertisements have shifted to tech platforms.
In 2015, though the BJP won only 53 seats, the party had got the maximum share of votes polled.
Claiming that 65 per cent of Bihar’s voters are already with NDA, deputy CM Sushil Kumar Modi said the LS poll battle in the state will be a '65-35 battle' between NDA and the grand alliance.
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The senior BJP leader also rubbished the conspiracy allegation levelled by the RJD against his party in connection with Prasad's conviction by the court.