New Delhi: Nitish Kumar took oath as the Chief Minister of Bihar for the eighth time on Wednesday. After taking oath, Nitish fiercely targeted the BJP and the Modi government. Nitish Kumar said that after the 2020 assembly elections, I did not want to become the CM, but I was made CM by pressurizing me from all around.
Nitish said that for the last two-three months, I was not even talking to the media. Nitish said that everything was not well for the last few months, yesterday we had a meeting and a decision was taken to walk out of NDA. Nitish Kumar said that what we were in 2015 and what happened when we went with him, all this is not hidden from anyone.
Whether we will stay or not stay… what will remain….: Nitish
Nitish said that whether we will stay or not, what will remain… Whatever these BJP people want, they should know that we will not stay in 2024. Appealing to the opposition, Nitish Kumar said that the time has come for all the people to unite.
Time will tell whether people waiting for 2014 will get any success in 2024. Nitish said that ask the people of our party that with whom we were with, what was their approach and behavior. We supported him but two of the three parties parted ways. When we talked to the party people and everything came to the fore, we went to our old place.
Atalji and BJP leaders of that time gave a lot of love: Nitish
Nitish Kumar said that the amount of love that Atalji has given is different at that time. I cannot forget the love of the people of BJP at that time. Later when I went, ask our party people whatever happened. Nitish also targeted RCP during this period. He said that the man to whom we gave the responsibility, instead of staying with the party, he kept his mind somewhere else. Nitish said that I am not a candidate for the post of Prime Minister in 2024, but it is certain that the people of 2014 will remain in 2024 or not, they will consider themselves as their own.
On Tuesday too, Nitish had attacked the BJP vigorously.
After resigning on Tuesday, Nitish Kumar had launched a scathing attack on the BJP. He had said that several JD(U) MLAs told me in today’s meeting that the BJP had weakened them during the 2020 state assembly elections. Chirag Paswan had fielded rebel BJP candidates on all JD(U) seats in the 2020 elections, with some alleging that it was a conspiracy by the BJP to make his way into the ruling coalition in the state. was part of.