Amit Shah: Amit Shah said- BJP’s doors are forever closed for Nitish Kumar
Amit Shah: Patna- Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Saturday that the BJP has closed its doors forever for Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
Addressing media persons in a Lohariya village in West Champaran district, Shah said, BJP has closed the doors for Nitish Kumar forever.
Nitish Kumar is the kind of person who dreams about the prime minister’s chair every three years and resorts to be which we NDA was opposed from the very beginning which we NDA was opposed from the very beginning. We have decided now.
Shah said, during the 2020 assembly elections, the people of the state had made BJP the single largest party in the state. But we honored our promise and gave the chief minister’s chair to Nitish Kumar, but he has a habit of changing the goal post.
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Nitish Kumar, who has always been vocal against Jungle Raj, is now sitting on his father’s lap. BJP will form government with full majority in Bihar in 2025 and this process will start in 2024. I urge the people of the state to bring in the BJP and throw out those who brought Jungle Raj.
Shah said, Nitish Kumar had promised Lalu Yadav to make his son Tejashwi Yadav the Chief Minister, but is not telling the date. If he has promised, then he should tell the date of the offering CM post to Tejashwi. RJD leaders are demanding every day. Tejashwi Yadav will become the Chief Minister.
Sonia Gandhi, Lalu Prasad Yadav, Nitish Kumar objected to the removal of Article 370 in the Rajya Sabha, saying that if this happens, blood will flow in the Kashmir Valley. Article 370 was removed from Kashmir. Leave the river, no one dared to throw even a stone in Kashmir. Prime Minister Modi has managed to handle everything so carefully and has done the country proud.
The alliance of RJD and JD(U) is like oil and water which can never mix. Nitish Kumar went with RJD and Congress to get the post of Prime Minister and to divide Bihar.
Bihar has several projects funded by the central government, including three highway projects worth Rs 15,000 crore.
During the UPA government, the Center gave Rs 50,000 crore to Bihar, while the Narendra Modi government has given a grant of Rs 1.09 lakh crore since 2014.