Nitish Kumar's Mahagathbandhan government has won the trust vote in Bihar amid a walkout by the main opposition BJP.
Patna: Nitish Kumar’s Mahagathbandhan government has won the trust vote in Bihar amid a walkout by the main opposition BJP. Earlier, during the debate on the trust vote, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has alleged that in the 2020 assembly elections, BJP conspired to eliminate Janata Dal United. He said that earlier there were four parties but today eight parties are with us. He said that we were told to make Nandkishore Yadav the Speaker of the Assembly but made Vijay Sinha.
At the same time, members of the Bharatiya Janata Party staged a walkout from the house. During the discussion on the trust vote, Nitish Kumar attacked the BJP a lot. During this, Nitish asked where were those celebrating independence today at the time of freedom movement. After which the BJP staged a walkout from the house.
The Chief Minister said that We were not becoming the Chief Minister in 2020, had to be made under the pressure of BJP. I do not wish to become anything. In the assembly elections, BJP conspired to eliminate JDU, BJP has sidelined all the old leaders.
Targeting the central government, he said that the center did not even accept the demand of Patna University. In the year 2017, the Center gave 600 crores and said that suppose every house has a tap, the center has a plan but we did not agree. Har Ghar Nal started in 2015, at that time RJD was the only ally. The state government did the road construction in Bihar, not the central government. If Atal ji became ill, then Advani ji should have got power, but it did not happen.