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Dirty Politics in Bihar!

Dirty politics refers to politics, and politics means dirty. The politics of the country are becoming increasingly dirty.

Niraj Krishna

 
Dirty politics refers to politics, and politics means dirty. The politics of the country are becoming increasingly dirty. It is said that there are no permanent friends or enemies in politics and war, and this is exactly what Bihar’s Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has proven. He is a very ambitious and greedy politician. Nitish Kumar is opportunistic and can go to any extent for power. And he feels no hesitation in doing so. Nitish Kumar is famous for changing his stance, sometimes aligning with Lalu Prasad’s party, the RJD, and sometimes with the NDA.

Just when you think you’ve understood Bihar, Bihar shocks you.” This line perfectly suits Bihar’s politics. Bihar’s politics are currently going through a pandemic phase. Bihar, the sacred land of Great India, where the air resonates with the echoes of the great Ashoka’s sword and the supreme message of the Buddha, can’t possibly have the dirtiest politics today, from Aryabhata’s digital mathematics to being the carrier of supercomputers for the world—the land that provided modern democracy through the economics of the great Chanakya? It’s hard to believe.
The land that witnessed historic debates between Adi Guru Shankaracharya and Mandan Mishra, the land where verses come out of a parrot’s beak, the land where gatekeepers are tested for the
knowledge of incoming students, the land where even adversaries like Bhima Sen are impressed by hospitality—can it have the dirtiest politics? Unthinkable.

How can politics, the Ganges of the world’s politics, born from the four tones of Acharya Chanakya, Saam, Daam, Dand, and Bhed, be the dirtiest itself? Never. It’s the people of this state who have made politics dirty here; the people here have no concern for private interests, they only care about the present, and they have no concern for the past or future. Politics here is what the people want it to be.

It is said that there are no permanent friends or enemies in politics and war, and this is exactly what Bihar’s Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has proven. He is a very ambitious and greedy politician. Nitish Kumar is opportunistic and can go to any extent for power. And he feels no hesitation in doing so. Nitish Kumar is famous for changing his stance, sometimes aligning with Lalu Prasad’s party, the
RJD, and sometimes with the NDA. Until yesterday, the BJP, which used to see every flaw in Nitish Kumar, labeling him as sick and
mentally ill, should also be told what improvement they saw in Nitish overnight that they became obedient supporters again. Nitish Kumar is the groom of politics, whose palanquin every party is ready to lift. Can it be believed that top politics confuses the public and workers? In the context of power greed, is there any difference between the BJP, JDU, or RJD? What kind of politics is this?

It is noteworthy that the change of power in Bihar has been marked by relatively more sagacity among the leaders. Despite the coalition breaking up, Tejashwi Yadav knows well that there may be a need for a coalition again in the future, so his attitude was not as outspoken as last time. Several occasions have arisen in the past when many leaders in Bihar have used harsh words for each other. Bihar is now presenting a lesson to all such leaders: don’t speak so ill of someone that doors may close for you when needed.

The reservation that Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar brought to fight social and religious evils was looted and manipulated in Bihar in his name. Some are busy setting up their caste groups, while others are for Muslims. In Bihar’s politics, caste and religion often become bigger issues; perhaps that’s why development there often falls by the wayside.

During the independence movement, Gandhi conducted his campaign for freedom and experimented with his truth, and non-violence, in the land of Bihar in 1917, which we proudly know as the Champaran movement. After independence, Bihar’s own Dr. Rajendra Prasad became the first president of the country. The JP movement started here. But after that, the politics of ” Mandal and Kamandal & quot; tarnished all the glory of Bihar.
It is Bihar that made the world aware of democracy and, under the leadership of Loknayak Jayaprakash Narayan showed the entire nation the path of revolution. Not only that, in a country where everyone is familiar with Bihar’s political sensitivity, calling its politics dirty is no less than a political misdemeanor. Yes, we can certainly question specific individuals or parties about this. Nitish Kumar is the Chief Minister here, and hence he is responsible for answering our questions.

This sacred land of weapons and scriptures, knowledge, and science, due to known and unknown reasons, has become a subject of ridicule and mockery throughout the country. It is belittled, but it would be an exaggeration to say that the dirtiest politics happen here. The earth of scholars and heroes trapped in the cruel cycle of time is now distressed to hear these taunts. However, political uncertainty will still prevail in the state because Nitish can change the direction of politics according to his political and personal preferences because he is the most uncertain political figure and the most unexpected. Nitish Kumar is the player who always has the key to every door.

When he wants, he opens doors according to his convenience. No door is ever closed to him. Here, in every election, something new can be seen, election after election and year after year. But we should not lose hope. We should hope for something better. Something good that completely contradicts what was said above. It may be impossible. Perhaps that’s why someone has said, ” Whenever you think you understand Bihar, Bihar gives you a shock.”

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