However, the BJP top leadership has already reached the EC office and filed a complaint against the grand alliance, accusing it of ‘communalising the Bihar elections’.

Shahnawaz Hussain of BJP and KC Tyagi of JD(U)

The grand alliance will lodge a protest with the Election Commission on Friday against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah’s remark that crackers will burst in Pakistan if his party loses the Bihar Assembly polls. Janata Dal (United) leader KC Tyagi condemned Shah’s remark and alleged that it was an an insult to the Dalits and the backwards in Bihar.”We will take this to the Election Commission and demand a ban against him from further campaigning in Bihar,” Tyagi told ANI. <!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>However, the BJP top leadership has already reached the EC office and filed a complaint against the grand alliance, accusing it of ‘communalising the Bihar elections’.The Congress asserted that Amit Shah’s statement was an indication by the BJP of their impending loss in the elections, reports an English news channel.”India will celebrate and burst crackers before Pakistan when the BJP loses and we will defeat them with all certainty. I can tell you for sure that we are defeating them right now,” Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar told ANI.Addressing a rally in Raxaul on Thursday, Shah had said that crackers will be burst in Pakistan if the BJP loses in Bihar. The grand alliance had earlier alleged that after provocative speeches by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and provocative newspaper ads and photos by the BJP president, this was the latest attempt to communalise the Bihar polls.

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Bihar polls: Grand alliance to move Election Commission over Amit Shah comment, BJP gets there first