Nitish Kumar Split From BJP: The long-standing tussle between Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and the BJP has reached an off-the-charts level. It’s all right to splurge on each other since they got together in 2017. But for the first time ever, there is a very real and present danger.
Nitish Kumar is reportedly confident that Bihar will become the sequel to Maharashtra, which has just seen the removal of Uddhav Thackeray as the head of its government, an exercise that was carefully planned and implemented by the BJP.
Nitish Kumar’s Janata Dal United has again attacked the BJP in the face of a crisis among Bihar’s ruling allies, questioning how the party can decide who from the JD(U) can join the Union Cabinet. Is. JD(U) state president Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan Singh, whose comments yesterday indicated a possible crisis, said today that it is “clear what they (BJP) are doing“.
Alliance With BJP On Downward Spiral, Nitish Kumar’s Party Hits Out Again
Talking to reporters today, he said that the BJP had said, “We agree with your name only”.
He said, “Does it BJP decide who from JD(U) will become a minister? If BJP is deciding all this, it is understood that what they are doing. What we said turned out to be true… .He notified.” Chief Minister and he said that when it has been decided, you go ahead and become a minister.
Former Rajya Sabha MP and former Union minister RCP Singh, who quit Nitish Kumar’s party on Saturday, shunned the current crisis with his remark yesterday that it was BJP chief strategist Amit Shah who wanted him in the Union cabinet.
Mr Kumar’s party was allotted a seat in the Union Cabinet after the 2019 general elections – a figure that sparked an initial rift between allies. When Mr. Kumar demanded more from Bihar citing proportional representation, it was clearly stated that given the performance of the BJP, it was giving a symbolic representation to allies.
In the past months, Nitish Kumar came to see RCP Singh as a proxy for Amit Shah, and refused him an extension of his term in the Rajya Sabha, leading to his resignation from the Union Cabinet.
This weekend the party accused RCP Singh of corruption.
To rectify the situation with the JD(U), Amit Shah – during a recent visit to Patna, had said that Nitish Kumar would be the face of the alliance in the 2024 elections. But it faced severe rebuke from Lalan Singh, who said the plan for the next election was yet to be decided.
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