Amit Shah coming to Seemanchal to do ‘Hindu-Muslim politics’: JD(U) chief Lalan Singh | India News – Times of India

PATNA: JD(U) national president Rajiv Ranjan alias Lalan Singh on Monday launched a scathing attack on Union home minister Amit Shah over his proposed visit to Bihar’s Seemanchal region on September 23 and 24, saying he was coming to Bihar to do “Hindu-Muslim politics”.
Addressing a series of meetings as part of his ‘Jan-Samvad’ programme at different places in Barh subdivision of Patna district, Singh said BJP would not succeed in its divisive plan in Bihar as people of the state are very alert this time. He said after losing power in Bihar, BJP is now choosing the path of creating communal hatred and dividing society on religious lines.
“A well-planned conspiracy is there to disturb communal harmony in Bihar. The people of this state are already aware about it. BJP is expert in playing Hindu-Muslim politics. And that is why top BJP leaders are scheduled to visit Seemanchal region,” he said and called upon people to be alert towards the BJP’s divisive design.
The JD(U) chief recently announced that the Mahagathbandhan would also organise at least four rallies in Seemanchal region after Shah’s visit to counter the BJP’s divisive agenda and to keep intact the communal harmony and brotherhood in the region. The Seemanchal region comprises four districts of Purnia, Araria, Katihar and Kishanganj. The region especially Kishanganj and Purnia districts have large population of Muslim communities.
Shah is scheduled to address two public rallies in the Muslim-dominated Purnia and Kishanganj on September 23 and 24, respectively.
In the wake of Shah’s proposed rallies, JD(U) and RJD leaders have decided to counter every move of the saffron party like they did in the 2015 Bihar assembly elections.

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