Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar can take part in the newly elected President Ramnath Kovind’s swearing-in ceremony. Significantly, Nitish Kumar supported NDA’s candidate Ramnath Kovind while pursuing a different stand from the opposition. This is the first time that Raj Bhawan has reached Raj Bhavan. At the moment, sources are confirming that Nitish Kumar could take part in the oath-taking ceremony of Kovind on July 25. It is being told that Kovind himself has called Nitish and invited him to swear in ceremony.
Earlier on Thursday, Nitish Kumar congratulated and bestowed Ramnath Kovind on his election as the 14th President of the country. In a press release issued from the Chief Minister’s Office, it has been said that Nitish congratulated and congratulated Kovind on being elected the President of India. JD (U) national president Nitish had supported the better work done by Ramnath Kovind, his personal and state governor, apart from the Congress and the RJD involved in the Maha coalition government in Bihar. Congress and RJD supported the candidature of opposition candidates Meera Kumar in the presidential election.