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Will not make Tejashwi the Chief Minister of Bihar, then Nitish Kumar will join BJP

Khushbu Kumari Jha
Will not make Tejashwi the Chief Minister of Bihar then Nitish Kumar will join BJP
Will not make Tejashwi the Chief Minister of Bihar then Nitish Kumar will join BJP

Due to the rebellion of Jitan Ram Manjhi, there has been an earthquake in the politics of Bihar. Manjhi, one of Nitish Kumar's biggest supporters, is now spewing venom against him.

Due to the rebellion of Jitan Ram Manjhi, there has been an earthquake in the politics of Bihar. Manjhi, one of Nitish Kumar's biggest supporters, is now spewing venom against him. Now he has made big allegations against Nitish Kumar afresh. He has claimed that Nitish Kumar can do anything to remain the Chief Minister in Bihar. They will never make Tejashwi Yadav the Chief Minister. Talking to reporters, Manjhi made many serious allegations against Nitish Kumar.

Former Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi questioned whether Nitish Kumar did not join hands with the BJP? I say with a claim that he (Nitish Kumar) will not make Tejashwi the Chief Minister, maybe a time will come when Nitish Kumar will again go with the BJP to become the Chief Minister.

WATCH Has Nitish Kumar not joined hands with BJP? I say with a claim that he (Nitish Kumar) will not make Tejashwi the Chief Minister, there may come a time when Nitish Kumar will again go with BJP to become the Chief Minister: Former Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi,

Earlier, defending the expulsion of former chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi from the ruling Grand Alliance, Nitish alleged that the Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) founder was actually spying on the opposition parties for the Bharatiya Janata Party.

The Chief Minister said, 'I had said about premature elections just like that, but there is a strong possibility of it. Those who are sitting in power at the Center are aware that a lot of activity is going on in the opposition camp. Leaders of various parties opposing the Bharatiya Janata Party will gather here for a meeting on June 23 as part of an effort for opposition unity.

Manjhi had recently said that Nitish had made him the chief minister to avoid the embarrassment caused by the JD(U)'s defeat in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, to which Nitish said he had quit against the wishes of party members. . He said, 'Nobody wanted me to resign, but I stuck to my word. There was no consensus among party people on who would be my successor. So I had to intervene and chose Manjhi thinking that a person from the Scheduled Castes should become the Chief Minister of the state.