BJP Launching Counter Slogan Against Nitish Kumar Who Called Modi ‘Bahari’
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar called Prime Minister Narendra Modi as ‘bahari’ in his campaign which means ‘outsider’ and called him ‘Bihari’ to make people understand vote should be casted on insider.
To overcome the one word slogan, BJP’s Amit Shah is learned to be coming up with a counter slogan soon and it will be like, “Bihar ki hogi tez raftaar, kendra-rajya mein ek sarkaar.” It means “Bihar will progress rapidly with the same government ruling in Centre and state.”
In the first phase of election campaign the message of BJP was ‘parivartan.’ Now it will be changed to the freshly made slogan to negate the image of Kumar projecting him as egoistic and arrogant.
Meanwhile, BJP leader Sushil Modi said if people of Bihar are looking for real change in the state, they should not opt for Kumar as it will be a conflict with the Centre.
BJP is trying to project Kumar as a man who is at loggerheads with centre as he had earlier refused the aid packaged sanctioned by the central government because of his arrogance and ego nature.
PM Modi had earlier also blamed Kumar has created political instability in Bihar after BJP was forced out of the government.