India is no longer in the alliance, it was already known. That’s it. Nitish Kumar also got the post for which he left the alliance. The JDU leader took oath as the chief minister of Bihar for the ninth time. This time too he took the post on the shoulders of BGP. Through this, he changed the party five times in a decade. Because of this, the Congress made him a chameleon.
According to Indian media Hindustan Times, he went to the governor on Sunday morning to resign. In the afternoon, Nitish Kumar took oath as the Chief Minister again in the same Governor.
He resigned in the morning and broke the alliance with RJD and Congress. In the afternoon, Nitish again supported the BJP in the bill. BJP’s All India President JP Nadda was present at the swearing-in ceremony this time.
Apart from Nitish Kumar, BJP leader Samrat Chowdhury, Vijay Sinha and many others took oath on Sunday.
According to JDU sources, Nitish has broken the alliance and joined the hands of the BJP again due to not getting the status it deserves in the India alliance. The JDU demanded to make him the head of the India Alliance. Nitish himself wanted that. Keeping that goal in mind, the state went to the state and brought the opposition parties under one umbrella. But he was not given the important post of India alliance. In the last meeting of the alliance, Congress proposed to convene Nitish but no decision was taken.
After Nitish was sworn in as the Chief Minister, he was criticized by the Congress. However, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has said that Nitish’s exit from the alliance will not harm India, but will gain. His exit from this alliance will do well for the opposition in the Lok Sabha elections in Bihar.
Another Indian media outlet, Anandabazar, says that Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge had already got a glimpse that Nitish would leave the alliance.
Congress leader Jairam Ramesh said, “The way Nitish Kumar has started the game of party switching, the way he is changing colors, even the chameleon will have to fight hard.”