Bihar Political Crisis Live Updates: Once again, developments have changed rapidly in the political corridors of Bihar. In Bihar, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has submitted his resignation to the Governor. It is being said that Nitish Kumar can take oath as Chief Minister for the 9th time in the evening.
Let us know when Nitish Kumar reversed course.
Left RJD in January 2024
Nitish Kumar reached Raj Bhavan at 11 am on Sunday and submitted his resignation. Nitish ended the alliance with RJD and Congress party. After submitting his resignation, Nitish said that he was facing problems in working with the Grand Alliance.
Nitish listened to the ‘voice of conscience’ in 2022
Nitish once again listened to the ‘voice of conscience’ in 2022 and left the NDA due to disagreements with the BJP. After this, Nitish again formed the government with the Grand Alliance.
Nitish again joins NDA in 2017
In 2017, the government of two old friends continued to run smoothly for 20 months but then trouble started. The turmoil that started in April 2017 took a serious turn by July, after which Chief Minister Nitish Kumar resigned. After this BJP became the largest party but Nitish Kumar once again became the Chief Minister. This entire incident of overthrow of power took only 15 hours.
‘Grand alliance’ with RJD and Congress
In 2015, Nitish Kumar once again contested the assembly elections by forming a grand alliance with his old ally Lalu Yadav and Congress. The most interesting thing in this election was that RJD got more seats than JDU. Despite this, Nitish Kumar became the Chief Minister and Lalu Yadav’s younger son Tejashwi Yadav became the Deputy Chief Minister and elder son Tej Pratap Yadav became the Health Minister.
Ended 17 year old relationship with BJP in 2013
In the year 2013, when BJP declared Narendra Modi as the PM candidate for the Lok Sabha elections 2014, Nitish Kumar did not like it and he broke the 17 year old alliance with BJP. After the crushing defeat in the Lok Sabha elections, Nitish resigned from the post of Chief Minister and handed over the CM’s chair to Dalit leader Jitan Ram Manjhi.
Revolt against Lalu Yadav in 1994
In the year 1994, Nitish Kumar surprised people for the first time by leaving Lalu Yadav. Moving away from Janata Dal, Nitish along with George Fernandes formed Samata Party. During this time, in 1996, he formed an alliance between BJP and Samata Party. However, in the year 2003, Samata Party became Janata Dal United (JDU).