Never said it’s my last election, my remarks were misinterpreted: Nitish Kumar


    Never stated it’s my last election, my remarks were misinterpreted: Nitish Kumar

    Nitish was communicating with reporters for the first time after outcomes for the results were declared of the assembly elections, in which NDA got a clear bulk.

    Nitish Kumar

    Patna: JD-U National President Nitish Kumar attends to a press conference at the celebration head office in Patna on Nov 12,2020 (Picture: IANS)

    Edited By

    Abhishek Sharma

    Updated: Nov 13, 2020, 10: 40 AM IST

    Lambasting media over misinterpreting his recent remarks over the Bihar Assembly Elections 2020 being his last, state Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday stated that he never such thing. Kumar likewise said that he will continue to work with the exact same devotion if he needed to work in future.

    ” I did not speak about retirement. In the last conference, I constantly state the exact same thing at the last rally in every election that ‘ant bhala to sab bhala’ (all is well that ends well). If you listen to speech backward and forward, everything will be clear,” the Janata Dal (U) supremo said.

    Nitish was communicating with mediapersons for the very first time after outcomes for the results were stated of the assembly elections, in which NDA got a clear bulk. His party the JD( U) won 43 seats, while the BJP won 71.

    ” As far as you discuss me, please understand I have no personal option. If I need to work, I keep working with the same devotion and will do so. You know this well,” he said.

    Resolving a press conference after fulfilling newly-elected MLAs of the JD( U) on Thursday, Nitish Kumar stated that the NDA will be forming the brand-new federal government in Bihar as individuals have actually provided it the required. The alliance partners are set to meet on Friday.

    News company ANI reports that in a rally at Damdaha in Purnia, while marketing for the third and last stage of the poll, Nitish stated, “Yeh mera antim chunav hai. Ant bhala, toh sab bhala. (This is my last election. All is well that ends well)”.

    On being asked who will be the next chief minister, Kumar responded, “I have made no claim, the choice will be taken by NDA. The choice on the date of swearing-in after a casual conference with NDA partners tomorrow.”

    On Chirag Paswan’s Lok Janshakti Celebration (LJP), which has actually been blamed for the JDU’s low tally in the elections and has actually been implicated of “cutting votes” versus JDU party and harming its prospects, Nitish stated,” If some action is to be taken (versus LJP), the BJP needs to take it. It’s for the BJP to choose whether the LJP should be maintained in the NDA.”

    Quashing reports that he might be sworn in next week, Kumar stated, “It is not decided yet when the oath-taking ceremony will happen, whether after Diwali or Chhath Puja. We are analysing the results of this election. The members of all four celebrations in NDA will satisfy tomorrow.”

    ( With ANI inputs)

    ( the headline, this story has actually not been published by Important India News staff and is published from a syndicated feed.).


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