Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief Samrat Chaudhary on Sunday stated that it isn’t simple to run the federal government in Bihar, the place his celebration is in alliance with Nitiah Kumar’s Janata Dal (United) or JD(U). Chaudhary additionally stated that there are 4 ideologies working collectively within the state.
“We have a coalition government in Bihar, it’s not our independent government. It is very challenging for us to work in Bihar as four ideologies are working together – there is JD(U), HAM (founded by Jitan Ram Manjhi) and VIP (founded by Mukesh Sahani). In such a situation, we have to tolerate many things,” Chaudhary stated whereas addressing a gathering in Aurangabad.
Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) and Vikassheel Insaan Party (VIP) have been the final minute entrants in BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) fold simply forward of the meeting elections in Bihar final yr.
Chaudhary added that issues change into simpler in states the place the BJP has the federal government of its personal. “We have our own governments in Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and used to be in power in Jharkhand too.”
Chaudhary, the Panchayati Raj minister in Bihar, stated that the BJP accepted Nitish Kumar because the chief minister though the JD(U) received 43 seats and his celebration garnered 74. “And this is not the first time. In 2000 also, the JD(U) had won just 37 seats and the BJP won 68-69 seats. Despite this, the party accepted Nitish Kumar as the chief minister.”
The chief, who grew to become a minister in Bihar by way of BJP quota, had final week stated that the celebration shouldn’t repeat the error of 2015. Addressing the BJP employees in Hajipur, he requested them to be ready for 2024 General Elections and 2025 meeting polls.
Meanwhile, JD(U) chief Upendra Kushwaha stated on Sunday that Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar is “PM material” and has the potential and all qualities to change into the Prime Minister of the nation. Asked about whether or not Nitish Kumar might be projected because the Prime Ministerial face, Kushwaha stated, “We are in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and firmly support the alliance. There is no discussion in this for now.”
The JD(U) is an ally of the BJP in Bihar and the celebration’s RCP Singh had been inducted into the union council of ministers when PM Modi reshuffled his cupboard just lately.
JD(U) chief KC Tyagi had introduced in June that the celebration will contest the upcoming Uttar Pradesh meeting elections and for that can focus on the seat-sharing association with the BJP, and if it doesn’t work out then they’ll go it alone.
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