Game of betrayal turned upside down by Nitish Kumar: Shiv Sena

Mumbai: An editorial in Shiv Sena's mouthpiece 'Saamana' has openly supported the Grand Alliance in Bihar. Along with this, he has attacked the BJP. At the same time, former Union Minister Ramchandra Prasad Singh (RCP), who recently left the JD(U), has been taunted by calling him the 'Shinde' of Bihar. On Thursday, Saamana wrote in its editorial- "There has been political turmoil in Bihar once again. In Bihar too, like in Maharashtra, the 'Shinde' faction was conspiring to defeat BJP's Delhieshwar Nitish Kumar by breaking away. For that, the game of elimination was started by making Nitish Kumar's 'Shinde' RCP Singh a pawn, but Nitish Kumar turned the BJP turned over. The JD(U) on Tuesday announced the break-up with the BJP in Bihar.

On Tuesday, Nitish Kumar submitted his resignation to the Governor. On Wednesday, Nitish took an oath as CM, while RJD's Tejashwi Yadav took an oath as Deputy CM. This new 'Grand Alliance' government includes other constituents including JDU, RJD, and Congress. The JD(U) has expressed its view that the BJP is a betrayer. The BJP had gone to break into Nitish Kumar's party itself. But that game turned upside down on the BJP.

"The stalled cradle of the Maharashtra cabinet began to shake a bit. Due to this, the door of his power in Bihar was broken. In the last assembly elections, there was an alliance between BJP and JDU, but in the election, BJP tried to defeat Nitish Kumar's candidates, so CM Nitish Kumar's 'JDU' got fewer seats than the BJP and the BJP gave Nitish Kumar the post of CM in the narrative, such a picture was created.''

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