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13 minutes agoAuthor: NK Singh
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The photo is dated 20 October, when Nitish Kumar and Tejashwi Yadav also attended the Brahmabhoja in memory of Ram Vilas Paswan in Patna.
This election was in the name of Votkatwa. Bihari specializes in nomenclature. Peanut becomes chiniabadam here and tomato vilanti brinjal. Samosa, which came from Portugal, is called Singhara. When Sharad Joshi returned from Bihar tour, Hindi dictionary got a new word – Narbhasana. The 2020 Bihar election introduced another word – Votkatwa.
These vote-cut parties become important when the competition is thorny. Chirag Paswan's LJP and Owaisi's AIMIM from Hyderabad played the same role in this election. AIMIM candidates damaged the Grand Alliance in many seats. The Owaisi, whom the BJP does not like to have a teary eye, paved the way for the victory of the BJP candidates. On the other hand, apart from anti-incumbency, the LJP suffered a lot. Tejashwi Yadav will always be thankful to Chirag Paswan.
This collision of thorns is clear that neither potato will end with samosas nor Lalu from Bihar. The Rashtriya Janata Dal has emerged as the largest party. It has got almost double the seats from JDU. Only 31-year-old Tejashwi Yadav has beaten 69-year-old Nitish Kumar, who has been sworn in as the chief minister of Bihar six times, his father's old aide. He has also avenged the deceit when Nitish left him and joined hands with the BJP three years ago and toppled the running government of his grand alliance.
Tejashwi's father Lalu Yadav is serving a sentence in the wake of upper income. His face was missing from the entire election campaign of the Grand Alliance. Obviously, Tejashwi did not want to carry on the legacy of his father's 15-year 'Jungle Raj'. RJD strategists knew that the more they would gain from this political legacy, the greater the loss. But despite this, Lalu's shadow overshadowed the campaign like an eclipse.
Politics in Bihar means caste – Forward, Backward, Dalit, Mahadalit etc., etc. This canker has spread not only in politics, but in the whole society. If his surname disappears in front of someone's name, make sure he is from Bihar. But this is not a guarantee that those who do not mention the surname do not believe in caste. It can also be an talisman, which they use as a shield to ward off the poison of casteism. Neither caste will know, nor people of other caste will bother.
If Muktibodh was in Rohtas instead of Rajnandgaon, he would leave and ask, 'What is your caste, partner?' Lalu was a keen player of cast politics. Remember the idea of cleaning their brown hair? His alphabet included Bhumihar from Bho, Rajput from Ra, Brahmin from Ba and Lala from L. While doing social engineering on the back of a buffalo, he invented magical formulas like Mai in political chemistry – Yadav with Muslims.
Tejashwi wants to rise above that and take politics of one million jobs and youth aspirations with all castes. His focus is on the voter who has neither seen the secret of his father Lalu nor his mother Rabri Devi. The young man who licks the entire newspaper from the masthead to the printline with lime after pressing it on Paan's kiosk in two cheeky Magahi cheeks. During the election campaign, the youth of Kosi, Kamla, Ganga and Gandak ran like crazy behind the bull. But did the legacy that prepared his political ground hang on his neck like a drum?
Bihar has once been a stronghold of left parties. CPIML has emerged as a new political force in this election. He is a symbol of a nomadic Bihari laborer dreaming of two bighas of land from the time of Lohia-JP, who plundered from Bombay, Delhi, Kerala in this lock-down and then went back to the Punjab fields in search of Noon-Roti And reached the Yamuna-crossing slums in Delhi.