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Taking off his turban after 22 months, Deputy Chief Minister Samrat Choudhary fulfilled his vow by taking a dip in Sarayu.

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Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Samrat Chaudhary

Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Samrat Chaudhary finally shed his turban after 22 months. Samrat Chaudhary took off the turban of resolution tied on his head in Ayodhya, the city of Ramla. On the morning of Wednesday 3rd July, he bathed in the Sarayu River and shaved his head on the same bank. Samrat Chaudhary left for Ayodhya from Patna on Tuesday. Meanwhile, he said, he tied a turban on his head vowing to remove jungle raj and anarchy from power.

Arriving at Saryu river, Deputy Chief Minister Samrat Choudhary first took a dip and got shaved. He also offered his turban. Meanwhile, the Deputy Chief Minister said that he took a dip in the Saryu river. He is dedicating this turban which he has for the last 22 months to Lord Rama. Meanwhile, his supporters present there raised slogans of Jai Shri Ram.

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Sarayu took a dip in the river

A video of Samrat Chaudhary diving has also surfaced in which it is clear that he had to take a bath in the Saryu river and took off his turban and dived back into the water. And paid tribute. Chaudhary’s supporters also accompanied him in the water.

A turban dedicated to Lord Rama

Emperor Chaudhary marched from the banks of the Sarayu to the court of Ramlala. The deputy chief minister said that he had earlier vowed not to take off his turban until Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was removed from his post. He said that on January 28, Nitish Kumar severed ties with Bharat Gatbandhan and joined the NDA. Samrat Chaudhary said that when Nitish came along, he had said that he would dedicate his turban to Lord Rama in Ayodhya.

‘NDA will win more than 200 seats in assembly elections’

He said that the people of Bihar have given the NDA victory in more than 75 percent seats. In such a situation, the Indian alliance should not be under any illusion. Choudhary said that the next elections in Bihar will be fought unitedly and the NDA will win all 40 seats in the state. NDA will win more than 200 out of 243 seats in Bihar in assembly elections.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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