'Kitni Baar Palti Maariyega...,' this leader slammed CM Nitish
'Kitni Baar Palti Maariyega...,' this leader slammed CM Nitish

Patna: Nitish Kumar is the CM in Bihar, and JDU is in power. The BJP has now been replaced by Lalu Yadav's Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) along with the JD(U). After Nitish Kumar's decision to change the partner of power, the opposition leaders are opening the front, while RCP Singh, who has resigned from the JD(U), is also speaking openly.

CM Nitish Kumar appeared to refrain from speaking on a question related to a statement by RCP Singh. According to the report, When Nitish Kumar was asked that RCP Singh is saying that JDU can merge with RJD. On this question, Nitish Kumar said 'Hey leave.' Saying this, Nitish went and sat in his car. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was followed by Tejashwi Yadav, the new deputy chief minister of the Bihar government. Significantly, RCP Singh was asked a question about Nitish Kumar's reversal in Chhapra, Bihar. RCP Singh had said on this that this question should be asked from the one who is reversing how many times he will turn around. It happened four times.

RCP Singh had said on the question of the merger of JD(U) with RJD that what option is left with him now. RCP Singh had talked about the merger of JDU with RJD in gestures. CM Nitish Kumar was asked a question about this statement of RCP, which he said, 'Arre Chhodye...' He avoided speaking. The JD(U) had broken the alliance with the BJP. After breaking ties with the NDA, the JD(U) joined the RJD-led grand alliance and Nitish Kumar took oath as the Chief Minister of Bihar for the eighth time. Tejashwi Yadav, who was the Leader of Opposition in the Assembly, was made deputy chief minister.

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