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‘We are intact’: Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on experiences of widening rift in INDIA bloc

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Congress chief Rahul Gandhi interacts with Bihar CM Nitish Kumar and different leaders of INDIA bloc. File picture/PTI

Mentioning that the ruling BJP on the Centre was planning to deliver ahead the Lok Sabha elections, Bihar Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar on Monday stated, “Humlog har samay taiyyar hai.” (We’re at all times ready).

The JD(U) chief, who had snapped ties with BJP a yr in the past and has performed an instrumental position in bringing varied opposition events collectively to type the INDIA bloc, additionally asserted that the multi-party alliance was ‘intact’, dispelling speculations of inside rift.

“I have been saying that the NDA government at the Centre is planning to hold early Lok Sabha polls. Humlog har samay tayyar hai (We are always ready) … Let them hold it early,” Nitish Kumar informed reporters in Patna.

The Chief Minister made the comment in reply to questions from journalists who sought his views on the potential of the Lok Sabha polls being introduced ahead by the Heart.

Nitish Kumar stated, “We all are united and intact. We have been working for the people and will continue to serve people. We have done a lot of developmental work in Bihar. From constructing good roads, bridges, electricity, and drinking water facilities to several other infrastructural projects, we have done a lot of work in the state. The electorate will make the final decision (Janta faisla legi).”

Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Prasad Yadav, who was current there, additionally informed reporters, “We are intact and will unitedly fight the coming elections”.

Kumar, who has maintained that the media was shackled underneath the present dispensation, additionally stated {that a} change in regime would herald ‘mukti’ (liberation) for the journalist fraternity.

“Let the government at the Center change, you (Journalists) people will get ‘mukti’. Right now the media is being controlled by the government at the Centre. I am in support of journalists. When everyone gets full freedom, journalists will write what they like,” he stated.

When requested concerning the Facilities resolution to convene a particular session of parliament, Kumar, whose JD(U) has 16 MPs within the Lok Sabha, stated, “The agenda of the session is not clear…Our members are there, they will strongly raise crucial issues.”



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