Political turmoil in Bihar: BJP leaders softened on Nitish’s entry in NDA, Sushil Modi said – if needed, will open closed doors

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Political turmoil in Bihar: BJP leaders softened on Nitish’s entry in NDA, Sushil Modi said – if needed, will open closed doors

Sushil Modi statement on Nitish NDA entry:Political turmoil continued in Bihar on Friday also. There is speculation that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar may join BJP after two days. Meanwhile, senior BJP leader and former Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar Sushil Modi broke his silence on this matter. Sushil Modi said that we are keeping an eye on all the incidents. If necessary, appropriate decision will be taken.

The doors are not completely closed in politics
Let us tell you that Sushil Modi had said last time after Nitish Kumar left NDA that now the doors of NDA are closed forever for Nitish Kumar. Now Nitish Kumar cannot return to NDA even if he wants to. When journalists asked Sushil Modi on Friday about his earlier statement, he said that no door is completely closed in politics. If necessary, the doors can also be opened. It is being said that if there is a change of government in Bihar, Sushil Modi can become the Deputy Chief Minister.

Giriraj Singh said that if someone comes for membership then he will think about it.
Meanwhile, senior BJP leader and Union Minister Giriraj Singh said that if anyone comes for membership, they will think about what will be done. Giriraj Singh had also given this statement last time that Nitish Kumar will not return to the NDA alliance. Earlier, Giriraj Singh had said that I hope that whatever decision BJP takes will be in the interest of Bihar.

Pashupati Paras: Time is strong
Rashtriya Lok Janshakti Party (RLJP) leader and Union Minister Pashupati Paras, when asked about Nitish Kumar’s return to NDA, said that I had already said that time is stronger than the person. Times are changing now. Paras said that we were always with NDA and will remain so in future too. Pashupati Paras said that it already seemed that the grand alliance was not going to last for long.


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