Bihar Deputy CM Vijay Kumar Sinha Criticizes Congress: Alleges Fear, Lack of Trust, and Insults Towards MLAs

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Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Vijay Kumar Sinha lambasts Congress, accusing the party of instilling fear and distrust among its members, particularly MLAs, calling for a paradigm shift in their approach.

New Delhi, February 04, 2024: In a bold statement, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Vijay Kumar Sinha has taken a swipe at the Congress, accusing the party of instilling fear among its members. Sinha asserted that there is a lack of trust within the Congress ranks, with party leaders allegedly insulting their own Members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs).

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“People in Congress are scared. They do not trust their MLAs. They insult the MLAs. Congress should become free from the mentality of thinking that an MLA is a bonded labourer,” remarked Deputy CM Sinha, highlighting the need for a shift in the party’s approach towards its elected representatives.

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Sinha emphasized the crucial role played by MLAs in bringing forth the people’s verdict and urged for a change in the mindset that restricts them from making independent decisions. The Deputy Chief Minister’s remarks suggest a growing internal discontent within the Congress party, prompting calls for a reevaluation of its leadership and operational dynamics. The statement also adds fuel to the ongoing political discourse surrounding the Congress party’s internal challenges.

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Bihar Deputy CM Vijay Kumar Sinha Criticizes Congress: Alleges Fear, Lack of Trust, and Insults Towards MLAs.
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