Chirag Paswan, a Lok Sabha member who was evicted from the ’12 Janpath’ bungalow allotted to his late father Ram Vilas Paswan in the national capital, said on Saturday that he smells a conspiracy in the development. Paswan claimed that he was assured by a “top Union minister” that he would not have to leave the bungalow until the day before he was evicted. He doubted that Nitish Kumar, the Chief Minister of Bihar, was involved in any attempt to “humiliate” him. Paswan also went after his uncle Pashupati Kumar Paras, accusing him of being a “mute spectator” to the “malign attempts to defame the late Ram Vilas Paswan’s memory.”
Chirag received assurance from which union minister?
Chirag Paswan claims that he was summoned by a cabinet minister the night before he was evicted from the bungalow. The bungalow would not be vacated, according to the same cabinet minister. A cabinet minister had called Chirag the night before he was evicted from the bungalow and assured him that he (Paswan) would stay in the same bungalow, according to Chirag. ‘Don’t be harsh on Chirag, as he is the future of Bihar,’ the minister told an officer, according to Paswan.
Chirag Paswan: Chirag departed from the government bungalow in Delhi, knowing what had been raised.
Modi included himself among the cabinet’s top ministers.
Chirag Paswan also claimed that he was not an Aira-Gaira minister, but rather one of the Modi cabinet’s top five ministers. He stated that when the time comes, he may reveal the minister’s name. Following Chirag’s claim, there is a lot of speculation in political circles about who were the ministers who boasted of helping him behind the scenes if Chirag’s claim is true.
Bungalow number 12 belongs to Chirag Paswan. Janpath… Chirag did not work in praising Modi when he told the story of Ram Vilas becoming a meteorologist in 32 years.
The LJP (Ram Vilas) has, on the other hand, formed a front against the BJP.
On the other hand, Ashraf Ansari, the leader of the Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) and the Bihar State Vice President, has launched a campaign against the Bharatiya Janata Party for removing household items from Delhi’s 12 Janpath in a derogatory manner. Chirag was not given even a week to remove the goods, according to Ashraf. Lal Krishna Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi, on the other hand, have been illegally allotted kothi for many years. There is a double standard at work here.
Will Chirag get support from Tejashwi Yadav, who expressed sympathy?
According to Ashraf, Chirag Paswan requested a week to vacate the house and requested that the house be allotted to him so that the goods that had been kept in the house for years could be removed and moved to another location. However, the humiliating manner in which the Central Government removed the goods and placed them on the road is unacceptable. Tears welled up in the eyes of everyone who witnessed this scene, including myself (Ashraf Ansari). Ram Vilas of the Lok Janshakti Party strongly condemns this.