Today there is a lot of turmoil in the politics of Bihar. Nitish Kumar submitted his resignation to the Governor at around 11 am. Nitish talked about forming the government by giving a letter of support to BJP. Earlier, a meeting was held with Nitish's party MPs and MLAs at CM House. Here Nitish announced his resignation. According to the information, swearing in can take place this evening itself.
According to the information, 3 MLAs each from JDU-BJP can take oath as ministers. BJP national president JP Nadda can also attend the oath ceremony. Nadda is reaching Patna at 3 o'clock.
Nitish said that today we have resigned. We told the Governor to end the existing government. Opinions were coming from all sides. This is what we heard. Now leaving the earlier alliance, a new alliance has been formed. Today we got separated from them. Whatever work we were doing, they were not doing any work at all. People were facing problems, we stopped speaking.
Modi congratulated Nitish
According to media reports, PM Narendra Modi congratulated and wished Nitish Kumar. Nitish came out to resign after talking to the PM.
BJP MLAs will reach CM House in some time
Nitish Kumar is going to form the government with the support of BJP. BJP MLAs are going to reach the Chief Minister's residence in some time.
Nitish resigns again after 537 days
Nitish Kumar once again submitted his resignation to the Governor after 537 days, today on 28 January 2024. He last submitted his resignation to the Governor on August 9, 2022. After this, a grand alliance government was formed with the RJD-Congress alliance.
Before this, Nitish Kumar had run the government with BJP for 1840 days. He submitted his resignation to the Governor on 26 July 2017. Then he separated from the RJD-Congress alliance.
Even before this, Nitish Kumar had run the government with RJD-Congress alliance for 1502 days. Then he separated from the BJP-led NDA government on 16 June 2013.
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