Bihar: When the Laborers Returned, the Political Crop Started Swaying, Parties Started Forming Vote Banks

The race to make migrant workers back home during lockdown has reached Bihar via Uttar Pradesh. Millions of people have returned after leaving their livelihood and political parties have started counting them as vote banks.
Bihar: When the Laborers Returned, the Political Crop Started Swaying, Parties Started Forming Vote Banks

The race to make migrant workers back home during lockdown has reached Bihar via Uttar Pradesh.  Millions of people have returned after leaving their livelihood and political parties have started counting them as vote banks.  Workers have the right to show kindness from all four sides.  All opposition parties including Rashtriya Janata Dal are expressing condolences.  Telling troubled workers about themselves.  The ruling parties are also not far behind.  A round of accusations has also started.

According to official figures, more than 11 lakh migrants have arrived in Bihar from various states.  Even more are in line.  The number of migrants who have escaped from the eyes of the administration is also no less.  According to an estimate, the number of migrants returned by all means may be more than 3 million.  If all the family members are added, then this number can reach four to five multiples.

MLA Tej Pratap Yadav, in the name of RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav, made arrangements to feed the poor and laborers named Lalu Kitchen.  RJD leaders and workers started running it from place to place.  Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav alleged that the people of Janata Dal United do not want Lalu Rasoi to run.  They are opposing the help of the poor.  He also accused the administration of removing it from one or two places.  Urged that the RJD banners be removed from the eateries.

On the other hand, JDU responded by dismissing Tejaswi's allegations that RJD is doing politics in the name of Lalu Rasoi.  JDU spokesperson Nikhil Mandal said that food is not being served in the Lalu kitchen, but the workers are being given RJD membership.  The Lalu family has nothing to do with serving the poor.

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