Nitish Kumar set to take oath as CM for 9th time along with 2 DCMs from BJP

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28-01-2024

    Nitish tendered his resignation to the governor of Bihar

    The government is being dissolved today: Nitish

    In this country there are a lot of ‘aaya ram gaya ram’ type people: Kharge

Janata Dal United (JD (U)) leader Nitish Kumar is once again set to take oath as the Chief Minister of Bihar for the 9th time at 5 PM on 28th January along with 2 Deputy Chief Ministers from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Earlier in the day, he had tendered his resignation as the Chief Minister of Bihar to the governor of Bihar Rajendra Arlekar and dissolved the government. “I resigned as chief minister and requested the Governor to dissolve the government. The situation came to this pass as the state of affairs within the ruling alliance in Bihar wasn’t good. I sought the advice and opinions of everyone before coming to this decision. I took all opinions and suggestions to heart. The government is being dissolved today,” he said in an interaction with the press after submitting his resignation. 

JD (U) leader KC Tyagi raised complaints about the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) with regard to inability to arrive at a seat sharing arrangement and a lack of planning ahead of the election. “This information was already given to us by Lalu Yadav and Tejashwi Yadav that he would leave. Today that came true. If he wanted to stay, he would have stayed but he wants to go. That’s why we already knew this, but to keep the India Alliance intact, if we say something wrong, a wrong message will be sent….In this country there are a lot of ‘aaya ram gaya ram’ type people,” President of the Indian National Congress (INC) Mallikarjun Kharge said.

Nitish Kumar set to take oath as CM for 9th time along with 2 DCMs from BJP

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    Nitish tendered his resignation to the governor of Bihar

    The government is being dissolved today: Nitish

    In this country there are a lot of ‘aaya ram gaya ram’ type people: Kharge

Janata Dal United (JD (U)) leader Nitish Kumar is once again set to take oath as the Chief Minister of Bihar for the 9th time at 5 PM on 28th January along with 2 Deputy Chief Ministers from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Earlier in the day, he had tendered his resignation as the Chief Minister of Bihar to the governor of Bihar Rajendra Arlekar and dissolved the government. “I resigned as chief minister and requested the Governor to dissolve the government. The situation came to this pass as the state of affairs within the ruling alliance in Bihar wasn’t good. I sought the advice and opinions of everyone before coming to this decision. I took all opinions and suggestions to heart. The government is being dissolved today,” he said in an interaction with the press after submitting his resignation. 

JD (U) leader KC Tyagi raised complaints about the Indian National Developmental Inclusive Alliance (INDIA) with regard to inability to arrive at a seat sharing arrangement and a lack of planning ahead of the election. “This information was already given to us by Lalu Yadav and Tejashwi Yadav that he would leave. Today that came true. If he wanted to stay, he would have stayed but he wants to go. That’s why we already knew this, but to keep the India Alliance intact, if we say something wrong, a wrong message will be sent….In this country there are a lot of ‘aaya ram gaya ram’ type people,” President of the Indian National Congress (INC) Mallikarjun Kharge said.

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