Former JD-U minister Bhim Singh joins BJP in Bihar


A rebel Janata Dal-United (JD-U) leader and former minister Bhim Singh joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday, ahead of the third phase of the Bihar assembly elections.

Bhim Singh, a self proclaimed socialist, joined the BJP in the presence of state BJP president Mangal Pandey at the party office here.

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Bhim singh is the same person who gave comment on Martyrs that people join police and army to die.

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Narendra Modi, himself slammed Bhim Singh on the controversial statement and said, “It is a limit of shamelessness when MLA/MP made comments like people in army and police are for dying.”

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Bhim Singh also alleged of taking side of Jitan Ram Manjhi when Manjhi-Nitish row took place.

Singh, who was a member of the Bihar Legislative Council, said: “Nitish Kumar has become arrogant and this forced me to join the BJP.”

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The next round of voting in Bihar is due on October 28.


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