Not only NaMo, Nitish also has to take care of SuMo

Patna, March 18: While political analysts were busy studying the interesting links between Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi and his Bihar counterpart Nitish Kumar, another Modi, Sushil Kumar, the deputy chief minister of Bihar, aired a caution by saying that those who chose to board the sinking ship of the Congress would sink without a trace. His target was undoubtedly the JD(U) leadership, which forms the government in Bihar along with the BJP.

Modi, who was speaking at the state executive here a day after the JD(U) held a massive rally in Delhi seeking a special category for Bihar, said the state BJP was ready to contest the next Lok Sabha elections under the leadership of Narendra Modi.

The two-day state executive meeting, which had sent across a message of solidarity on Saturday after senior party leader Arun Jaitley seeking a united NDA show and also praised Nitish Kumar for Bihar's progress, changed its voice on the concluding day.

The Bihar deputy chief minister accused the media of trying to create a difference between him and the Gujarat chief minister, whom he has known for 35 years. He said the 2014 polls will be a battle between the BJP ideology and Congress family and that the state BJP was willing to go to the next election under Modi's leadership.

He said the BJP-JD(U) alliance had brought the state back on the path of progress after the Lalu days got over and said those who would bother to ride the sinking ship called the Congress would also sink.

Senior BJP leader from the state Shatrughan Sinha said NaMo(Narendra Modi) and SuMo(Sushil Modi) are together. "Our SuMo is dabang," he said.

Meanwhile, the BJP decided to postpone its Hunkar Rally scheduled for April 15 to October 27. Bihar BJP chief Mangal Pandey announced the deferring of the rally to seek special status for Bihar and alleged discrimination against the state by the Centre. Former state BJP chief C P Thakur had said that the rally would be a big affair as Narendra Modi would be invited in the rally.

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