Bihar Political Crisis: Nitish lashed out at RJD after resignation, gave two big reasons for separation from Grand Alliance

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Bihar Political Crisis: Nitish lashed out at RJD after resignation, gave two big reasons for separation from Grand Alliance

Bihar Political Crisis: Nitish Kumar finally separated from the Grand Alliance today and submitted his resignation to the Governor. He has said that such a situation arose that there was difficulty in working with RJD and instead of working with them, they were trying to break JDU. Along with this, while talking to the media, Nitish Kumar said that those people were not working but were only busy in taking credit. Nitish Kumar has given two big reasons for separating from the Grand Alliance.

Why did Nitish Kumar separate from the Grand Alliance?
Nitish Kumar has given two big reasons for separating from the grand alliance government. Kumar spoke openly in the media after submitting his resignation to the Governor on January 28. His first major allegation is against RJD for breaking the party. The second biggest reason Nitish Kumar has blamed on RJD is to take credit for the work. Kumar has said that instead of working, RJD leaders were only taking credit for the government’s work. Apart from this, Nitish Kumar said that the party’s opinion was that we should go with our old partner BJP.

Nitish Kumar has also targeted the INDI alliance. He said that we made alliance and they were not working.

#WATCH , Patna Bihar outgoing CM and JD(U) president Nitish Kumar says, "Today, I have resigned as the Chief Minister and I have also told the Governor to dissolve the government in the state. This situation came because not everything was alright…I was getting views from… pic.twitter.com/wOVGFJSKKH

Let us tell you that there was a stir in the politics of Bihar for the last several days. Recently, Nitish Kumar had removed JDU national president Lal Singh from the post and himself took command of the party. Since then there were speculations that Kumar might once again make a comeback, which finally happened today. Nitish submitted his resignation to the Governor.


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