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Tej Pratap Yadav accuses BJP of corruption and neglecting farmers at NDA meeting

Bengaluru– The second phase of the opposition unity meeting, held in Bengaluru, came to a close on July 18, marking a significant step towards a united front against Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A coalition of 26 opposition parties convened to discuss strategies and forge alliances in a bid to challenge the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the upcoming elections. However, with the conclusion of the meeting, a new phase of political rhetoric has now commenced in Bihar.

In response to the Bengaluru meeting, the BJP has wasted no time in launching a verbal assault on the opposition’s efforts. Meanwhile, Tej Pratap Yadav, the elder son of Lalu Prasad Yadav and a prominent figure in Bihar politics, took aim at the BJP and its leaders on Tuesday. Yadav, a minister himself, asserted that the Grand Alliance, wherever it meets, ignites a fervent response among the BJP faithful.

Notably, Tej Pratap Yadav singled out Chirag Paswan, without explicitly naming him, suggesting that the splintered parties aligned with the BJP hold no real influence. Yadav’s comments came as a response to the NDA’s meeting organized by the BJP in Delhi on July 18, which was led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Dismissing the significance of the gathering, Yadav criticized the ruling party, accusing them of perpetuating corruption and neglecting the welfare of the country’s farmers. He further alleged that national resources were being channeled abroad, leaving ordinary citizens to bear the brunt of this alleged mismanagement.

According to ANI, Tej Pratap Yadav said, “Are we outsiders? We belong to India, we belong to INDIA, so the name will also be I.N.D.I.A… We don’t care about NDA meeting, they are looting the country. Have done the work of giving the money of the farmers to the capitalists. What will they do after meeting?”

The Bengaluru meeting has proven to be a significant step towards opposition unity, with parties joining forces to challenge the BJP’s dominance in national politics. As the political landscape heats up, Bihar has become the latest battleground for rhetoric, with both the opposition and the ruling party engaging in verbal sparring. As the country looks ahead to future elections, the unfolding political developments in Bengaluru and Bihar will undoubtedly shape the narrative leading up to the polls.

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