PM Modi congratulates Nitish, saying, “NDA government will not leave any stone unturned for the development of Bihar.”

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PM Modi congratulates Nitish, saying, NDA government will not leave any stone unturned for the development of Bihar.

On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended his congratulations to Nitish Kumar, the leader of the JDU, on his acceptance of the oath of office as the Chief Minister of Bihar for the ninth time.
“The NDA government that was formed in Bihar will leave no stone unturned for the development of the state and to fulfill the aspirations of its people,” he stated in a letter that he sent to X. I would like to extend my congratulations to Nitish Kumar ji on his appointment as Chief Minister, as well as to Samrat Choudhary ji and Vijay Sinha ji on their Deputy Chief Minister oaths.

“I am confident that this team will serve my family members of the state with full dedication,” he added in conclusion.

Nitish Kumar re-took the oath of office as Chief Minister on Sunday (January 28), this time in the Raj Bhavan in Patna. It has been decided that Samrat Choudhary and Vijay Sinha will serve as the deputy chief ministers for the state.

PM Modi congratulates Nitish, saying, NDA government will not leave any stone unturned for the development of Bihar.
PM Modi congratulates Nitish, saying, NDA government will not leave any stone unturned for the development of Bihar.

Nitish Kumar, the president of the JD(U), tendered his resignation as the Chief Minister of Bihar on Sunday. He stated that “things were not working well” for him in the Mahagathbandhan and the opposition group INDIA. He also asserted his desire to create a new government with the BJP, which he had already abandoned less than 18 months prior.

As of Sunday, Nitish Kumar withdrew from the Mahagathbandhan alliance, abandoning Lalu Prasad Yadav’s RJD. He also asserted his intention to create a new government in Bihar with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent his congratulations to the newly formed NDA government in Bihar, which is led by the BJP. This came just after Nitish Kumar took the oath of office as the ninth chief minister of Bihar. Modi, who expressed his trust in the newly elected government, stated that it would “leave no stone unturned for the development of the state.”

To realize the hopes and dreams of the people of Bihar, the government that was formed by the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in Bihar will spare no effort in its pursuit of the state’s development. Please accept my congratulations on the appointment of @NitishKumar ji as chief minister, as well as on the oaths taken by Samrat Chaudhary ji and Vijay Sinha ji as deputy chief ministers. As the Prime Minister of India, Modi stated on his official X (formerly known as Twitter) profile, “I am confident that this team will serve my family members of the state with full dedication.”

PM Modi congratulates Nitish, saying, NDA government will not leave any stone unturned for the development of Bihar.
PM Modi congratulates Nitish, saying, NDA government will not leave any stone unturned for the development of Bihar.

After several days of speculation, the president of the JD(U), Nitish Kumar, said on Sunday that he has left the ‘Mahagathbandhan’ alliance. He also abandoned Lalu Prasad Yadav’s Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) and asserted his intention to establish a new government in Bihar with the BJP, which has been an ally on and off recently.

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Around five o’clock in the afternoon, Kumar and his two deputy officials took their oaths at Raj Bhawan. Six more cabinet ministers were sworn in, including Vijay Kumar Chaudhary of the JD(U), Bijendra Prasad Yadav of the JD(U), Dr. Prem Kumar of the BJP, Dr. Santosh Kumar Suman, president of the Hindustani Awam Morcha (Secular), together with Shravan Kumar of the JD(U), and Sumit Kumar Singh, an Independent Member of Legislative Assembly from Chakai.

Nitish’s explanation for his departure from Mahagathbandhan
Nitish Kumar stated earlier in the day that he was experiencing difficulties in the ‘Mahagathbandhan’ and the INDIA bloc. He stated that things were not going well for him. Kumar stated, “People were unhappy with how others in the alliance were taking credit for the work that was being done.” He was referring to the fact that the INDIA coalition that he led in order to challenge the BJP was not doing its part.As of today, I have resigned from my position as Chief Minister, and I have requested that the governor put an end to this government. I received guidance from the leaders of the party. After hearing what they had to say, I decided to resign. The circumstances were not favorable. That being said, we have severed our ties,” he stated to the media after he handed in his resignation.

 

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