Nitish Kumar slams RCP Singh, said- 'gave a lot of rights, made a lot of mess'

Patna: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who is running the government of Bihar in collaboration with the Grand Alliance, has recently made a big statement about former Union Minister RCP Singh, who was closest to him. In fact, Nitish Kumar recently said in his statement, 'He was given a lot of rights, he messed up a lot.' In fact, on Friday, Nitish Kumar reached the 'Bihar Tree Protection Day' program in Patna, and here he targeted RCP Singh.

During this, Nitish Kumar said, 'He did not do well. We gave them a lot of respect. He was also made the president of the party. Later, when he became a Union minister, we had asked him to step down as party president.' Let us tell you that RPC Singh has recently resigned from the primary membership of the party. In fact, the party had refused to send him to the Rajya Sabha for the third time, due to which he had to resign as a minister in the Modi government.

Let us tell you that questions were already being raised about the political future of RCP Singh, who has been neglected for a long time within the party, although what next step he will take, everyone's eyes were on this. You know, on his resignation, he had said- 'There is nothing left in this party. It's a sinking ship. If we are irritated, deal with us, we have options open. On the other hand, Nitish Kumar had already made all preparations to ensure that the JD(U)'s political fate in Bihar does not meet the same fate as the Shiv Sena in Maharashtra.'

Let us tell you that JDU weakened RCP Singh and snatched all important posts from him and completely cracked down on leaders close to him. At the same time, he did not issue any direct order to remove him from JDU but issued a notice accusing him of corruption. In this way, the direct purpose of JDU adopted a strategy to completely tarnish the image of RCP Singh and end his contact with the MLAs.

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