Political speculations are rife in Bihar following Chief Minister Nitish Kumar's visit to the Raj Bhavan on Tuesday, accompanied by Cabinet Minister Vijay Kumar Choudhary. The meeting with Governor Rajendra Vishwanath Arlekar lasted for 40 minutes, but the purpose of the visit has not been disclosed, leading to widespread rumors of a potential government change in the state.
Fueling the speculation is the fact that while Nitish Kumar, Tejashwi Yadav, Choudhary, and Arlekar were together at an event commemorating Subhas Chandra Bose's birth anniversary, Nitish and Choudhary later visited the Raj Bhavan without Tejashwi.
Former Chief Minister of Bihar, Jitan Ram Manjhi, added to the intrigue by posting a cryptic comment on his social media handle, saying, "Khela Hobe" in Bangla, "Khela Hokto" in Magahi, and "Khela Hokhi" in Bhojpuri. Manjhi's message implied that Nitish Kumar might join the NDA (National Democratic Alliance) soon, leading to a change in the government in Bihar.
This statement from Manjhi aligns with his earlier claims that a government change in Bihar was imminent. These speculations come at a time when Nitish Kumar was not the National President of the JD(U), adding further complexity to the unfolding political scenario in the state.
(With Agency Inputs)