Patna: There is tremendous upheaval in the politics of Bihar. On the one hand, Lalu Yadav's party Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) has waged a poster war against the BJP and the central government. On the other hand, Nitish Kumar, who isa now running a coalition government in the state with the BJP, has issued an order for his party Janata Dal United (JDU) MLAs to stay in Patna for the coming 72 hours. After the decree of CM Nitish, the political stir has intensified. The next 72 hours are considered very important for the politics of Bihar.
According to the information, CM Nitish Kumar is holding frequent meetings with his party leaders and MLAs. In view of the activism of CM Nitish, speculations of political upheaval in the state have also intensified. Is Nitish Kumar planning to once again turn around and leave the BJP and form the government with RJD? It is believed that the answer to all these questions can be found in the next 72 hours. On which side the politics of the state will sit, it will be decided in the next 72 hours.
CM Nitish Kumar has met his ministers and MLAs as well as former MLAs at the party office a day ago. After this meeting, Nitish Kumar, in response to a question about the raids on Lalu family, said that only the one who conducted the raids would be able to tell. Nitish's statement has been seen as blaming the BJP for the raids on the Lalu family.