Raxaul: BJP president Amit Shah on Thursday said firecrackers would be burst in celebration in Pakistan if the grand alliance -- and not the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance -- formed the next government in Bihar.
"If the Bharatiya Janata Party is defeated in the Bihar assembly polls and does not form a government, firecrackers will be burst in Pakistan," Shah said at an election rally in Raxaul.
BJP National President Amit Shah addressing public meeting in Bihar. Pic/PTI
Ruling Janata Dal-United spokesperson K.C. Tyagi condemned Amit Shah's statement and said the party would complain to the Election Commission on Friday.
The BJP president said jailed criminal-turned-politician Mohammad Shahabuddin would benefit the most if a government led by Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad came to power in Bihar.
Shahabuddin, a former parliamentarian, is currently lodged in central Bhagalpur jail.
"Time has come for the people of Bihar to get rid of the jungle raj," Shah said.
He said the NDA would form a government committed to the development of the state. "Only a BJP government can develop Bihar," Shah said.
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