Can Nitish become prime minister by changing sides? Sharp assault in Bihar by Amit Shah


Amit Shah, the union home minister, claimed on Friday at his first rally in the state since the BJP-JD(U) coalition broke down that Nitish Kumar had duped the people of Bihar by switching sides after voters had supported it in the state polls. Recently, Nitish Kumar rejoined the Grand Alliance and was sworn in as the state’s seventh chief minister.

Speaking to the throng, Shah stated, “The enormous turnout here is a warning for Nitish Kumar and Lalu Yadav. He continued to hone his attack by saying: “Jungle Raj has returned to threaten Bihar since the allegiances were shifted. I want to inform everyone that the Nitish-Lalu team has now been exposed. The BJP had contributed to eliminating Leftist group terror within the first three years of its administration, according to Shah. Can Nitish Kumar become prime minister by changing sides? Amit Shah questioned the election for 2024’s prime minister.

Nitish Kumar has consistently stated he is not considering running for prime minister despite efforts by the opposition to present a formidable front against the BJP ahead of the 2024 general elections. He is anticipated to see Sonia Gandhi, the head of the Congress, and Lalu Prasad Yadav, the leader of the RJD, soon.

Around 11 a.m. on Friday, the union minister arrived at the Chunapur Air Force base in Purnia from which he travelled to the Rangbhoomi grounds to address the “Jansabha Rally.”

At the event, Shah implored the crowd to support the establishment of a BJP administration in the next state elections without the aid of an alliance. He (Nitish Kumar) is free to leave the RJD once more and join the BJP. He just has one rule: My chair must stay put, Shah stated. “Nitish ji, you committed the same mistake in 2014 and were hurt. The people of Bihar will eliminate this pair during the Lok Sabha elections in 2024. The BJP will form the government with a majority in 2025 as well, according to Shah.

Following his speech at the Jan Bhawna rally, Shah is scheduled to travel to Kishanganj, where at 4 p.m. he will hold discussions on the state’s political climate with all 17 of the party’s Lok Sabha members (including four union ministers), five of its Rajya Sabha members, all 77 of its MLAs, 23 of its MLCs, and its organisational office-holders, according to an earlier report from HT.