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Bihar: Nitish Kumar will take oath as CM at 4 pm on Wednesday, Tejashwi will be the deputy

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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Patna: Nitish Kumar on Tuesday submitted his resignation as the “chief minister of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA)” to the governor in Bihar. Now at 4 pm on Wednesday, Nitish Kumar will take oath as CM with the support of the Grand Alliance.

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The new government of the Grand Alliance in Bihar will be sworn in tomorrow at 4 pm. Nitish Kumar along with Tejashwi Yadav and the leaders of the Grand Alliance staked claim to form a new government in Bihar. In the letter submitted to the Governor, 164 MLAs have the support. It includes MLAs from seven parties. Nitish Kumar and Tejashwi Yadav interacted with the media after presenting their claim to form the government.

In the joint talks, Nitish Kumar said, “I came here to meet the Governor and tendered my resignation that serving Bihar is our agenda. We have the support of seven parties. This includes Left and Jitan Ram Manjhi’s party. ” Nitish Kumar also targeted BJP without naming RCP Singh.

Tejashwi Yadav said, “BJP has no alliance partner, history shows that BJP destroys the parties with which it aligns. We saw what happened in Punjab and Maharashtra. Whatever is happening in Bihar.” That was not hidden from anyone. People want alternative, Bihar did not get special status. Nitish Kumar did his work, he put this demand in front of the Prime Minister but his demand was not accepted. Today all parties and members of Bihar Legislative Assembly except BJP have accepted Nitish Kumar as their leader”.

On the other hand, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) attacked Nitish Kumar fiercely after the NDA alliance broke down in Bihar. Bihar BJP chief Dr. Sanjay Jaiswal said that whatever happened today is a betrayal with the people of Bihar.

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Sanjay Jaiswal said that along with the public, the BJP was also cheated. This is a betrayal of the majority given by Bihar. Tell the Chief Minister what happened to the talk on the issue of corruption? Now the public will teach them a lesson. Sanjay Jaiswal said that Nitish Kumar’s party won fewer seats in the elections, but on the behest of Prime Minister Modi, we made him the Chief Minister, but he cheated the public. The people of Bihar will never forgive him.

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