Patna: Home Minister Amit Shah's statement on history has now triggered voices of protest from the BJP's allies. Nitish Kumar has hit out at Amit Shah's statement. Nitish Kumar said that how can anyone change the history of the country? History is history. It cannot be changed.
Nitish Kumar said that how can history be changed? It's beyond my understanding. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said these things after the Janata Darbar. In fact, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar was questioned by the media after the Janata Darbar. Nitish Kumar said this on a question on home minister Amit Shah's statement in the central government. Home Minister Amit Shah had advocated for the country's history to be rewritten in the right way. In fact, while addressing a function, Amit Shah had said that historians in the country gave more importance to the history of the Mughals. The dynasties, the kings and maharajas of the country, were not given as much preference by historians as they should have.
On this statement of Amit Shah on the same history, CM Nitish Kumar rejected Amit Shah's words in gestures. Nitish Kumar, by adopting a different line from Amit Shah's side, in a way, also sent a message to the BJP and his critics that he is not going to say yes to everything his ally says. Let me tell you that on many occasions before this, CM Nitish Kumar has adopted a different line from the BJP.