Lalu Vs Nitish : Modi Offer In Bihar
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After a very big Drama in Bihar politics, on Moral Ground Nitish Kumar today resigned from the CM Post, Bihar. Nitish kumar said that, I have resigned in the interests of Bihar…
Kumar also met Governor Kesari Nath Tripathi at Raj Bhawan to submit his resignation amidst a standoff with ally Lalu Prasad-led RJD. “Under the current situation it’s not possible for me to continue with the government. I tried to find a solution. I had requested Lalu Yadav a ..
— Hindustan Times (@htTweets) July 26, 2017
ET, There were speculations that BJP might support Nitish Kumar to form the government. In the 243-member Bihar Assembly, RJD currently has 80 seats while JD(U) has 71 MLAs. BJP has 53 seats, Congress has 27 MLAs. Soon after Nitish’s announcement, Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Kumar for taking this decision.
Crisis in Yadav & Nitish Ties, Bihar July 7, 2017
Now we can say that, “Nitish was feeling very uncomfortable in this alliance. He cannot run the government with people like Lalu and his team.” thats why today He (Nitish Kumar) resigned from the post, Chief Minister, Bihar, today.
Despite all of this, May be he will have to join hands with the BJP?, the erstwhile partner he broke away from in 2013 after it announced Narendra Modi as its PM candidate…. Let us see the Prospect of Mahagathbandhan in Upcoming year/Days in the context of Modi’s Wave or so called Right Wing populism Waves..
“The BJP is trying to destabilise governments in non-BJP states. The Mahagathbandhan is strong and will continue to be so,” he said. Rejecting demands for his resignation, Tejashwi indirectly questioned Nitish’s zero-tolerance policy on corruption. “When the Grand Alliance was formed, then too there were cases against my father. But such cases are politically motivated,”.
Highlighting the fact that Nitish had supported Cashless economy, Demonetisation, surgical strikes and, most recently, the nomination of Ram Nath Kovind as a presidential candidate, Sushil Modi has, of late, maintained that….