Nitish Kumar

Patna: Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Friday the choice to leave the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) was taken remembering people’s desire, while he recalled how no one profited from the saffron party in any event, during elections.

“Even during polls, winning candidates said nobody (from the BJP) supported them and those who lost said they were defeated by the BJP people. I had to keep my party safe and act as per people’s wish,” the Bihar CM was cited as saying by the news organization ANI.

He additionally hit out at the decision camp at the Center for not giving sufficient portrayal to parliamentarians from Bihar in the Union Cabinet. Kumar said he had told the BJP authority that it wouldn’t be great if four from Janata Dal (United) are not ministers, yet they didn’t pay regard.

“How many individuals from Bihar did they make a minister (at the Center)? Told them to make our people ministers as well, if you don’t make at least four of us ministers, won’t be great. They didn’t… At the point when he (RCP Singh) became one, I requested that he leave (party) chief post…” Kumar said.

Prior, while addressing journalists, he repeated his stand that he had no prime ministerial desires, yet was anticipating playing a “positive” job in forging resistance solidarity against the NDA at the Center.

“Kindly don’t ask me such questions, I have said commonly that I harbor no such desires. I need to serve my state,” Kumar said with folded hands.

Kumar was sworn in for the record eighth time as chief minister with Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav as his deputy recently after snapping attaches with the BJP.

When getting some information about the misuse of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) against the new regulation in Bihar, Kumar said “those acclimated to abuse will confront public wrath”.

By Archana

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