BJP Accepted Nitish Kumar As Chief Minister Despite JD(U) Having 43 Seats: Bihar Minister

BJP Accepted Nitish Kumar As Chief Minister Despite JD(U) Having 43 Seats: Bihar Minister

BJP Accepted Nitish Kumar As Chief Minister Despite JD(U) Having 43 Seats: Bihar Minister

Samrat Chaudhary mentioned that working the coalition authorities in Bihar was a difficult process.

Aurangabad (Bihar):

Bihar Minister and BJP chief Samrat Chaudhary on Sunday mentioned that the celebration has accepted Nitish Kumar as Chief Minister regardless of the JD(U) having simply 43 seats versus the BJP’s 75 seats within the state legislative meeting.

“(*43*) the current alliance, Nitish Kumar received 43 seats and we received 74 seats. But nonetheless, we have now accepted Nitish Kumar because the chief minister,” Samrat Choudhary mentioned at an occasion organized by Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha in Aurangabad.

BJP chief Samrat mentioned that this isn’t new whereas recalling the BJP-JD(U) alliance ends in the earlier election. He added, “The BJP had received 68-69 seats in 2000 whereas the JD(U) managed simply 37 and, regardless of this, the celebration had accepted Nitish Kumar because the chief minister.”

He additional alleged that that working the coalition authorities in Bihar was a difficult process because the NDA consists of 4 political events with completely different ideologies.

“We have a coalition authorities; it isn’t our impartial authorities. It may be very difficult for us to work in Bihar as 4 ideologies are working collectively. (*43*) such a scenario, we have now to tolerate many issues,” he added.

(*43*) the current election which was held in November final yr, the BJP had received 74 seats, JD-U 43, whereas eight seats had been received by different National Democratic Alliance (NDA) constituents.

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