Following his ninth oath of office as Chief Minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar declared to the media,
“We are going to stay together now.”
First Response of Nitish Kumar Following His Nineth Oath in Bihar Nitish Kumar meets JP Nadda following the formation of the government with the NDA
Patna: With the BJP, Nitish Kumar is back where he was in July 2022. Even though Nitish Kumar left the BJP on August 22 and joined the Mahagathbandhan, he is still the Chief Minister of Bihar. However, he now has two new deputies, both from the BJP, in place of his longtime buddy Sushil Kumar Modi, who is now an MP in the Rajya Sabha.
Following his ninth oath of office as Chief Minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar declared to the media, “We are going to stay together now.”
“You are all aware of my journey towards forming this coalition (Mahagathbandhan) and my efforts to unite numerous parties. However, things had been going wrong lately. Nitish Kumar, 72, stated, “It was not sitting well with those in my party either.
Speaker Vijay Kumar Sinha and BJP leader Samrat Choudhary have been named Deputy Chief Ministers.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Nitish Kumar and his two deputies, saying the recently sworn-in National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government in Bihar will do all possible to fulfill people’s dreams and advance the state.
The oath-taking ceremony was attended by none of the leaders of Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), the single-largest party in the Bihar assembly, led by Lalu Yadav.
Tejashwi Ydav, the son of Lalu Yadav and the outgoing deputy chief minister, predicted that the JD(U) would be “destroyed” in the next assembly election. “For us, the game is still ongoing. The young leader declared, “The game has only just begun.
Nitish Kumar had expressed dissatisfaction with the status of affairs within the Mahagathbandhan and the recently established Opposition group INDIA.