Tuesday can be important for the politics of Bihar. JDU-RJD-Congress have called a meeting of MLAs amid political turmoil. At the same time, late on Monday evening, Union Home Minister Amit Shah spoke to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. On Monday, while JDU appeared to be an attacker regarding RCP, BJP leaders kept silence. RJD has also made it clear that it has not received any offer so far, while big leaders of BJP have been called to Delhi. The special thing is that no one is saying openly about the change in the power equation, but except the BJP, all the parties have asked their MLAs to be present in Patna.
The details of the conversation could not be revealed
Political agitation intensified in the state on Monday. JDU has called a meeting of all its MPs and MLAs on Tuesday, while Union Home Minister Amit Shah held talks with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar late on Monday evening. The details of the talks could not be revealed, but it is believed that the Union Home Minister discussed the relationship between JDU and BJP in the state with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
About 10 minutes of conversation
JDU-BJP sources refused to say anything about this conversation. According to sources, the conversation lasted for about 10 minutes. Here, a long meeting of state BJP leaders took place late on Monday evening at the official residence of Deputy Chief Minister Tarkishore Prasad in Patna. At the same time, in the meeting held at 11 o'clock in the day at the Chief Minister's residence, the political situation arising after the resignation of former Union Minister RCP Singh will be discussed. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will also be present in the meeting.
Will BJP now decide who will become a minister from JDU?
On the other hand, JD(U) national president Rajiv Ranjan Singh alias Lalan Singh said that the Chief Minister has called a meeting tomorrow with party MPs to know their views on the situation arising out of the RCP Singh episode. Lalan Singh did not respond to a direct question about JDU's exit from the NDA. But, expressing displeasure, he said whether BJP will now decide who will become a minister from JDU. Quoting newspapers, he said that RCP Singh has said that he was told by Union Home Minister Amit Shah that his name has been approved for the post of minister.
RCP Singh became a minister of his own free will
He claimed to have taken oath after informing the Chief Minister, which confirms what we have been accusing RCP of. Lalan Singh said, our allegation is that RCP Singh had become a minister of his own free will. He said that notice was given to seek clarification from RCP on allegations of corruption leveled by some JD(U) members. After this RCP Singh had resigned from the party two days ago.