Days After NDA Wins Bihar, Key Meet Today To Elect Leader


    Days After NDA Wins Bihar, Key Meet Today To Elect Leader

    The NDA had actually announced Nitish Kumar as its chief ministerial prospect before election (File)

    Patna (Bihar):

    A choice on whether Nitish Kumar would get another term as Bihar’s Chief Minister will be announced today after a legislators’ conference of the National Democratic Alliance, which won majority in the just recently concluded assembly elections in the state.

    ” Things will be discussed in detail (at the legislature party meeting) and all decisions will be taken at that time,” Mr Kumar had actually told reporters on Friday after a meeting of NDA leaders at his home on Friday.

    Despite guarantees from the BJP that Nitish Kumar would retain the post, the disappointing efficiency of his Janata Dal United has put a question on it.

    From 71 seats in 2015, the JD( U) – the big brother in the state alliance for decades – could scrape up only 43 seats in this election, way behind the 74 scooped up the BJP.

    The numbers are being viewed as a required for the judgment alliance, but against Mr Kumar as the chief minister. It has likewise offered a manage to an area in the BJP, which had reservations about his position of power.

    After the election, Nitish Kumar had actually stated the NDA will choose who will be the Chief Minister – a statement seen as a sign of anxiousness over the reversal of fortune.

    The other consider the scenario is Chirag Paswan, an NDA ally whose rebellion versus Mr Kumar’s management and subsequent solo contest had cut into the JD( U) votes. With the BJP not doing anything to include him, critics said his disobedience had the implied support of the celebration.


    Concerns are now being raised about whether Mr Paswan – who was batting for a “Nitish-Mukt Bihar (NItish-free Bihar) – would continue to stay part of the ruling combine in the state.

    The BJP, ahead of the election, said anybody not accepting Nitish Kumar’s leadership would not be considered part of the NDA.

    The BJP’s inaction had extremely upset Mr Kumar who revealed his bitterness after the election, saying, “It depends on the BJP to decide fate of those who cut votes”.

    On Thursday, the opposition’s Tejashwi Yadav– whose Rashtriya Janata Dal turned out to be the single biggest celebration with 75 seats– took a swipe at Mr Kumar, saying the voters made it clear that they wanted modification.

    ” See where Nitish Kumar’s glow has gone. He has actually been pressed to the 3rd position. This is a required for change,” he had stated.

    ( the heading, this story has not been published by Essential India News personnel and is released from a syndicated feed.).


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