Former Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi has slammed JD-U chief Nitish Kumar’s determination to damage ties with the BJP and mentioned he would possibly not get the similar admire with RJD within the subsequent executive within the state as he were given with BJP.
“He (Nitish Kumar) would possibly not get that admire with RJD that he were given whilst being with BJP. We made him CM in spite of having extra seats and not attempted to damage his birthday party. We broke best those that betrayed us. In Maharashtra, Shiv Sena betrayed us and confronted penalties,” Sushil Modi advised ANI.
JD(U) chief Nitish Kumar would take oath as Bihar’s leader minister once more on Wednesday afternoon and RJD chief Tejashwi Yadav can be Deputy Chief Minister.
“The swearing-in rite of Honorable Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister will probably be held the following day at 2 pm at Raj Bhavan,” RJD mentioned in a tweet from its legit care for.
Severing ties with BJP-led NDA, Nitish Kumar submitted his resignation as Chief Minister to Bihar Governor.
Mr Kumar mentioned the mahagathbandhan has the strengthen of 7 events and 164 MLAs.
“We submitted a listing of 164 MLAs to the governor and staked declare to shape a brand new executive. He will tell us when oath-taking can happen,” Mr Kumar advised newshounds.
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Ravi Shankar Prasad had additionally slammed Nitish Kumar over his determination.
“Nitish Kumar has left and mentioned that BJP used to be looking to wreck his birthday party…BJP made him a union minister a number of instances. He used to be additionally made a Chief Minister. Why did he re-think his determination on alliance with RJD in 2015 and are available to BJP in 2017?” Mr Prasad advised the media in Patna.
“Nitish Kumar is disrespecting the mandate of Bihar’s other people. It’s baseless allegation that BJP used to be looking to wreck JD(U),” mentioned BJP MP RS Prasad lately.
Hours after resigning as Bihar Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar on Tuesday mentioned that he has submitted a listing of 164 MLAs to the Bihar Governor and staked declare to shape a brand new executive.
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