Patna: Once again, after the political drama in Bihar elections, the opposition is hoping that it can come to power. After the JDU executive meeting, CM Nitish Kumar's saying that the enemy and friend could not be traced, as the statement, has once again led to the political mercury of Bihar and the hope of re-forming the opposition copies has been awakened.
On these expectations, the chairman of the Bihar Assembly's non-governmental MLAs and resolution committee and Lalu Yadav's eldest son Tej Pratap Yadav has claimed to form the government in Bihar in 2021. Talking to media after visiting Baba Kashi Vishwanath temple in Varanasi, Tej Pratap said that we will form our government in 2021. In response to Nitish Kumar's statement at the JDU executive meeting on Saturday that the enemy and friend could not be traced, Tej Pratap said that the people are completely exhausted.
On the question of Nitish government's fall, Tej Pratap said that the government has fallen. Meanwhile, on the question of vaccination when the corona vaccine reaches Patna on the 14th, he said that first media persons should get the vaccine as the media people live in the ground. In Bihar, the Nitish Kumar-led NDA government has completed two months in power. But so far neither the cabinet has expanded nor has the formula for the division of legislative council seats of the governor quota come to the fore.