Patna/ Nagpur: Surprising his own political party and coming out of his anguish, BJP Member of Parliament, Shatrughan Sinha, who was seen missing during the party campaign in Bihar before elections, on Monday, met state Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, a day after the Grand Alliance registered a landslide win in the assembly elections, said media reports.
Speaking to media after the meeting, Sinha said he came to congratulate Nitish Kumar for the great victory. On being asked if he thinks the party leadership will take action against him for praising the rival leaders, Sinha said he doesn’t think he has brought any embarrassment to the party, but if anyone wants to take action against him, he cannot stop them.
BJP’s Parliamentary Board, its top decision-making body, will meet today to analyse its rout in Bihar assembly polls, a second humiliating defeat in a row for the party after Delhi assembly election. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to attend the meet in which almost all top party leaders, including its Chief Amit Shah, will be present.
He also called for action against those responsible for BJP’s defeat in Bihar. “I think action must be taken against those responsible,” said Sinha, adding that the captain has receive ‘talyan’ (clappings) as well as ‘galiyan’ (criticism).