In Bihar, Nitish Kumar on Tuesday submitted his resignation as the "Chief Minister of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA)" to the Governor.
Now at 2 pm on Wednesday, Nitish Kumar will take oath as CM with the support of the Grand Alliance. Nitish Kumar's government will get the support of Congress, RJD and Left parties.
Earlier, Nitish Kumar was elected the leader of the legislature party and had staked claim to form the government in front of the governor.
The time for swearing-in has been fixed from Raj Bhavan at 4 pm.
Important information related to the case:
Janata Dal United leader Nitish Kumar will take oath as the Chief Minister for the eighth time on Wednesday.
Before this, he has taken oath of this position seven times.
Since 2005, Nitish has been the Chief Minister of Bihar continuously except for a few days in between.
Nitish Kumar said that the decision to part ways with the NDA is not his alone.
Other people of his party also wanted him to work for the development of the state once again by getting out of BJP and NDA.
Nitish Kumar further said that today he has the support of seven big parties of the state.
All these parties wanted JDU to leave BJP and form a new government.
After the resignation of Nitish Kumar from the post of CM of Bihar, the BJP's first reaction has come to the fore.
The party said in a press conference "the public will teach a lesson to those who do this".
Union minister and BJP leader Ashwini Choubey has termed Nitish Kumar as an "opportunist" after resigning as the chief minister after parting ways with the NDA and said those who "betrayed" Bihar wanted to create obstacles in the path of its development. Huh.
Nitish's party JDU won 43 seats out of 243 seats in Bihar Assembly Elections 2020.
Whereas BJP had won 77 seats.
Despite JDU winning fewer seats, the BJP had made Nitish the Chief Minister and handed over the command of the state to him.
Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Tejashwi Yadav spoke to the media in Patna on Tuesday evening about forging an alliance with the Janata Dal United (JDU) in Bihar. During this he was also accompanied by Nitish Kumar. He attacked fiercely.He said that history tells that BJP first destroys the person with whom it lives.
Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) leader Chirag Paswan has slammed Nitish Kumar for resigning as Bihar Chief Minister after breaking ties with the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) and alleged that he has insulted the mandate for the second time.
Paswan demanded imposition of President's rule in Bihar and fresh elections.
The Trinamool Congress on Tuesday welcomed Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's move to part ways with the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA).
The Trinamool Congress alleged that a party cannot protect its identity by staying in alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as the BJP's "grab of everything" politics does not believe in the existence of regional parties.
Samajwadi Party leader Akhilesh Yadav has said that this is a good start.
On this day the slogan of 'Quit English India' was given and today the slogan of 'Bhagao BJP' is coming from Bihar.
I think soon political parties and people of different states will stand against BJP.