LJP Chief Chirag Paswan’s desire was not fulfilled that after November 10, Nitish Kumar will no longer be the CM of Bihar. The JDU leader took the oath of chief minister for the seventh time on Monday. Chirag, who claimed to have sent himself off as the ‘Hanuman of Modi’ in the election to leave Nitish Kumar as CM, has congratulated the JDU chief for becoming the Chief Minister, but the tone is full.
In the same way as ‘Kehna Kuch, Zatana Kuch’, he has expressed hope that the government will complete its ‘tenure’ and Nitish will continue to be the ‘Chief Minister of NDA’. At the same time, he should not forget to remind that Nitish has the responsibility of the CM’s chair BJP.
Chirag Paswan tweeted, ‘Congratulations to the respected Nitish Kumar Ji on becoming the Chief Minister again. I hope the government will complete its tenure and you will continue to be the Chief Minister of NDA. ‘ In a way, through the ‘hope’ of completing his term, he has cast doubt on the stability of the government. Chirag’s stance and suspicion are also hidden in the ‘NDA Chief Minister’, who has said many times during the election campaign that after the results, Nitish can cheat the BJP again and join the Grand Alliance.