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New Government In Bihar With BJP; Takes Oath

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With oath today, Nitish Kumar ended his party, JDU's mahagathbandhan or Grand Alliance with Lalu Yadav's RJD and the Congress last evening and joined hands with his former partner BJP. Bihar's capital Patna was buzzing with high octane drama through the night after Nitish Kumar met Bihar Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi to stake claim to form government. This is his sixth innings as Chief Minister in a span of 12 years. Mr Kumar and his new team's oath ceremony today comes in the backdrop of protest by his former deputy Tejashwi Yadav who said his party, the RJD, will "go to court".
Mr Kumar's resignation came after Lalu Yadav reiterated earlier on Wednesday that his son, Tejashwi, would not quit as No 2 in the government despite being caught in a corruption scandal.
Nitish  join hands with the BJP.  The erstwhile partner he broke away from in 2013 after it announced Narendra Modi as its PM candidate..
However, In order to Highlighting the Presidential Election, BJP is preparing a strong base target for upcoming General Election by projecting a “Dalit” candidate with no corruption background, a clean face or we can say Mr. perfect face and also a Hard Core BJP Member. Also and Now BJP Projected Nitish kumar in Bihar.. If we want to a prosperous country then we need not discriminate people or community by using these kind of words (“Dalit”). With the same light Nitish takes decision to resigned from the CM Post while its a pre-planned by Modi’s Team..
Moreover, In order to shaping and prospect of Bihar required, Any hardship can cross if critically analysis the problem, trained manpower is require most for Bihar now, for that large amount of training institute require not only Government sponsored ITI but private institute also require. Trained Manpower, Knowledgeable worker is asset not only for Bihar but also for India.

LIVE: Nitish Kumar Forms New Government In Bihar With BJP; Takes Oath

Nitish Kumar took oath as Bihar's Chief Minister after his party JDU got support of BJP.
With oath today, Nitish Kumar ended his party, JDU's mahagathbandhan or Grand Alliance with Lalu Yadav's RJD and the Congress last evening and joined hands with his former partner Bharatiya Janata Party. Bihar's capital Patna was buzzing with high octane drama through the night after Nitish Kumar met Bihar Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi to stake claim to form government. This is his sixth innings as Chief Minister in a span of 12 years. Mr Kumar and his new team's oath ceremony today comes in the backdrop of protest by his former deputy Tejashwi Yadav who said his party, the RJD, will "go to court".
Mr Kumar's resignation came after Lalu Yadav reiterated earlier on Wednesday that his son, Tejashwi, would not quit as No 2 in the government despite being caught in a corruption scandal.

Here are the live updates for formation of Nitish Kumar's new government in Bihar:

"Knew this planning was going on for 3-4 months": Rahul Gandhi on Nitish Kumar's new coalition.
"I was aware of this conspiracy. We knew this planning was going on for 3-4 months," Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said in reaction to Nitish Kumar's new coalition with BJP.
"In politics you get to know what's in a person's mind. The problem with Indian politics is that people will do anything for selfish gains- satta ke liye kuch bhi kar dete hain,." the Congress Vice President added.
Some Source from, NDTV.

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