Nitish Kumar meets with the governor and abandons the BJP once more
In order to resign as Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar has broken off his Bihar partnership with the BJP and is meeting with the Governor. Before deciding to leave the BJP for good a second time, Nitish Kumar met with his MLAs. Before the meeting, a top member of his party told NDTV to “expect explosive news.”
According to sources, Nitish Kumar would ask for a second appointment and will be joined by Tejashwi Yadav after meeting with the governor to quit as the leader of this administration. Today, the Bihar chapter of the BJP will hold a news conference to discuss the topic of Nitish Kumar’s second defection. Union Minister Giriraj Singh told, “We have always upheld coalition dharma.”Concerns raised by Nitish Kumar that Union Minister Amit Shah is obstinately trying to separate the Janata Dal led to a breaking point in the tension between the two parties (United).
In order to achieve this, Nitish Kumar accuses RCP Singh, a former member of his own party, of acting as Amit Shah’s go-between. RCP Singh left the JDU over the weekend after being accused of serious wrongdoing by his party. RCP Singh joined the union cabinet in 2017 as the Nitish Kumar party’s representative. Being given a single cabinet position infuriated the chief minister of Bihar.
According to reports, Nitish Kumar is certain that Amit Shah intends to replicate the Maharashtra model in Bihar. After a massive uprising was started by the BJP and Eknath Shinde, a senior member of Uddhav Thackeray’s Shiv Sena party, Uddhav Thackeray was forced to resign as chief minister. The BJP gave Eknath Shinde the position of Chief Minister of Maharashtra as compensation.
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