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Nitish Kumar Take Oath as Chief Minister of Bihar 6th Time with BJP, Grand Alliance Ended

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BiharonWeb: 27 Jul, 2017, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has taken oath of office for the sixth time. His new ally BJP leader Sushil Modi has also taken oath as Deputy Chief Minister. With this, the new coalition has begun in Bihar. Other ministers will be sworn in later. The governor has decided to conduct the majority test on July 28. Grand alliance between RJD, Congress & JDU ended in only 20 months.

Let me tell you that the end of the political drama on Wednesday evening was such that everything changed in Bihar's politics. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar resigned due to allegations of corruption on deputy chief minister Tejaswi Yadav. But a few hours later, with the support of BJP, a return to his power was also decided.

On Wednesday, a meeting of BJP and JDU MLAs was also held. In which Nitish Kumar was elected leader of the legislature party. PM Modi may also attend Nitish's swearing-in ceremony. Political developments in Bihar have changed completely in just a few hours. On Wednesday evening, Nitish Kumar held a meeting with JDU leaders and then reached Raj Bhavan directly. Nitish submitted his resignation letter to the governor here. Sushil Modi said that he will have full faith in Nitish Kumar's leadership and BJP will support him. Sushil Modi has said that BJP will join the government in collaboration with JDU.

The RJD, on the other hand, marched through Tejaswi Yadav in the Raj Bhavan late night. RJD leader, Tejaswi Yadav said that the Bihar governor has a historic opportunity to save the constitution. RJD and Congress MLAs marched to the Raj Bhavan in protest against giving permission to Nitish to make the government and giving invitation to take oath at 10 in the morning. This March happened under the leadership of RJD leader Tej Pratap and Tejaswi. Five RJD leaders met with the Governor with a stunning one. RJD will protest today in whole of Bihar

After resigning in Raj Bhavan, as soon as Nitish Kumar came out and addressed the media, in the meantime PM Modi congratulated Nitish Kumar on tweeting about joining the fight against corruption. PM Modi wrote in his tweet "A lot of congratulations to Nitish Kumar for joining the fight against corruption. Hundreds of crores of citizens are welcoming and supporting honesty. "After this, PM Modi tweeted another and wrote, Fight, today is the demand of the country and time.”

Nitish Kumar also thanked PM Modi on the congratulations. He wrote in his tweet, "Thank you very much for the response given by Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi's tweet on the decision we made."


 

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