Patna: Bihar’s politics has once again changed its course. Soon after resigning from the coalition government, Nitish Kumar got the support of BJP and now he is going to take the oath as Chief Minister of Bihar again. Sushil Modi will once again become Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar. Earlier in the night, Nitish made a claim to join the governor along with the BJP legislators to form the government. At the same time, Mr. Yadav, along with 100 MLAs, marched to the Raj Bhavan in the night. The governor gave them time to meet at 11 o’clock, but later Nitish Kumar called for the oath at 10 am in the morning and cleared the path of Nitish, so that upset Tejashwi talked of going to court against the Governor’s decision. After the swearing-in today, the NDA government will have to prove a majority in the assembly on Friday. Meanwhile, there is a meeting of the BJP Legislative Party today, where Nitish’s support and formalities of joining the government will be fulfilled. For this, the BJP has sent Union Minister JP Nadda and Anil Jain to Patna as Supervisor. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also has the news of Nitish Kumar being sworn in.
PM Modi may be included in swearing
It is being said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi may join the swearing-in ceremony. Union Minister JP Nadda and BJP general secretary Anil Jain will visit Patna today (on Thursday). There are 71 MLAs in J.D. in Bihar and BJP 53, in which both the parties easily cross the majority figure. The majority figure in Bihar is 122 and 124 MLAs from both parties are getting started.
Tejashwi Yadav said of this whole event that according to Mandate – the responsibility of claiming to form a government was ours. The governor gave us time to meet at 11 o’clock. After a while, the news came that at oath at 10 a.m. The public should apologize. The governor should clear his role. We demand the Governor to stop taking oath taking oath under the Constitution. We will go to the courts, we are seeking all legal advice. People who believe in social justice in JDU today are with the RJD-Congress. People who believe in social justice in JDU today are with the RJD-Congress. The injustice is happening, democracy is being killed. The mandate given by the people of Bihar was being cheated. We will not sit on hand. I was made a pawn, Tejashwi excuse, he had to go with BJP.
It tells the Bihar assembly that the government of BJP-JDU will be easily created. There are 71 MLAs in J.D. in Bihar and BJP 53, in which both the parties easily cross the majority figure.
The majority figure in Bihar is 122 and 124 MLAs from both parties are getting started.
We are not in favor of mid-term elections in the state: Sushil Modi
After Nitish Kumar resigned as Chief Minister of Bihar, BJP President Amit Shah spoke to Sushil Modi. Sushil Modi convenes an emergency meeting of BJP legislators on his 1-polo road. After this meeting, senior party leader Sushil Modi said that we are not in favor of mid-term elections in the state. We want that the MLAs who have come to power have completed the five-year term. Actually, there was a stalemate between JDU and RJD, a constituent group of the ruling alliance on the charges against the Tejashwi, for a long time.