The political movement within the LJP will intensify. In the next 2-3 days, a meeting of the National Executive Committee will be convened and Pashupati Pars will be elected the national president of the party.
New Delhi: The political turmoil in the Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) started all day on Monday and finally MP Pashupati Paras was appointed party leader in the Lok Sabha. However, the unrest that started in Delhi is not stopping because the LJP is still led by Chirag Paswan, whose father and former Union Minister Ram Bilas Paswan founded the party.
Will Pars be the president of the party?
Now the LJP has split into two groups where one camp wanted to hand over the command of the party to Pashupati Pars and it also has the support of five MPs from the party. The other group, on the other hand, is with Chirag Paswan, who looks very weak. In such a situation, Chirag’s uncle Pashupati Pars is now being named for the next LJP president.
Suraj Van Singh, national vice-president of the Lok Janshakti Party, said the process of getting the party’s senior leaders to Patna would begin from Wednesday. Suraj Van, who is present in Delhi, said Chirag Paswan can stay in the team if he wants. According to him, the real purpose of the people is not to harm Chirag Paswan, but to save the party.
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Looking for alternatives
The political turmoil within the LJP is expected to intensify from tomorrow. Pashupati Paras can be elected national president by convening a meeting of the national executive in the next 2-3 days. At the same time, the Chirag Paswan group has also been agitated. Chirag’s specially considered leaders are also arriving in Delhi. Brainstorming is going on about how to keep the team under control. Legal alternatives are also being explored.