Patna: In Patna University the student elections highlighted more on Sunday due to the clash between the Bihar BJP and its ally, Nitesh Kumar Janata Dal-United, in which party vice-president Kishor allegedly bore the brunt of the BJP attack.
However, hiding the name of Mr. Kishor BJP its press release attack the police, the administration and certain event management professionals hired to influence student union elections at the Patna University make its meaning plain leaders of the Janata Dal-United contend in private.
Spokesperson Sanjay Singh said in absence of Mr. Kishor that BJP was overreacting to a small clash.
Earlier, Mr. Kishor had joined Nitish Kumar party after around six years of developing elections strategy, initially for Narendra Modi and then Nitish Kumar, who was in the opposition at the time, and the Congress. The switch came after differences cropped up between Mr. Kishor and BJP Chief Amit Shah, and he went his own way.
Mr. Kishore was turn up the vice president of Janata Dal-United this October and tasked with building up the students wing of the party. His first test was the Patna university students union elections the fight for which currently underway.
The Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad- affiliated to the BJP ideological mentor Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh clashed two days ago with the rejuvenated student’s wing of the JD (U). Further, as per the complaint from the party, the police raided the local ABVP office to arrest those named in the FIR (First Information Report).
As per the statement which was signed by veteran lawmakers Sanjay Paswan, Arun Sinha, Sanjeev Chaurasia and Nitin Naveen said the certain event management professionals were being used to influence the outcome of the student union elections of the Patna University. The statement further added “ The ABVP candidates and their supporters are being terrorized by the police and the administration