Nitish failing to control Bihar, wants to run country: Bihar LOP
Sinha's statement came after he visited the house of Chandan Kumar, who, along with his property dealer friend Saurav Abhinandan, was gunned down by unknown assailants at Badi Pahadi locality under Bypass police station on Tuesday night. "Nitish Kumar is the Home Minister of Bihar but he is unable to control the law and order situation.
R.C.P. Singh questions use of 'Janata Darbars', Nitish flares up
BJP OBC Morcha national General Secretary Nikhil Anand claimed: "Only 5 to 10 per cent problems would be solved in the Janata Darbars of Nitish Kumar. The reality of Janata Darbar is to fool people in Bihar. Since 2010, the terror of red tapism has increased in Bihar where bureaucrats are not even listening to the Chief Minister, and they do not care about the ministers and legislators."
Unity among opposition seems too far-fetched: RCP Singh
"Nitish Kumar is concerned over the unity of opposition leaders but not about the farmers who are battling drought. The unity among opposition leaders is not possible in the country. The CM thinks that he is going for the 'Vipakshi' (Opposition) unity but in reality he is striving for 'Pakshi' (Birds) unity which is too far-fetched. As all the birds are different from each other, they cannot be united.
Nitish on 2-day visit to Delhi, to meet Opposition leaders
After holding the customary Janata Darbar programme in Patna, Nitish Kumar will go to Delhi and stay there for two days. Sources have said that Kumar will meet Congress leaders Rahul Gandhi or Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, Left party leader D. Raja, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and others. Kumar met Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekher Rao in Patna last week.
BJP's Giriraj Singh demands survey of mosques, madrasas in Bihar
Firebrand Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Union Minister, Giriraj Singh has demanded a survey of madrasas and mosques in Bihar similar to that in Uttar Pradesh. "We demanded from the Nitish Kumar government to conduct survey on the madrasas and mosques of Bihar, especially in Muslim-dominated Seemanchal region. We must have data about who are running madrasas and mosques in these regions and who are staying in them," Singh said.
KCR 'insulted' Nitish Kumar, says Sushil Modi
"Nitish Kumar had invited KCR (as the Telangana Chief Minister is popularly known) to come to Patna to announce his name as a Prime Ministerial candidate but KCR refused to take his name forward. When Rao did not announce his name, Nitish Kumar stood from the chair but KCR then asked him to sit for a while... no bigger insult than this," PM Modi said. Sushil Modi further said that both Nitish Kumar and KCR have been dreaming to become prime minister in daylight.
BJP targets Nitish Kumar as Bihar law minister resigns
Taking a dig at the chief minister BJP Rajya Sabha MP Sushil Kumar Modi said that the Nitish Kumar government lost its first wicket and is set to lose more soon. "The first wicket of Nitish Kumar government fell and more will tumble in future. Nitish Kumar was clean bowled in the first over," Modi said.
Telangana CM KCR on Bihar visit today to meet CM Nitish Kumar
Telangana CM K. Chandrashekher Rao's arrival is also an achievement for chief minister Kumar and Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav who are making all-out efforts to bring all opposition leaders under one umbrella to take on the BJP. He is also schedelued to participate in a programme along with the two Bihar leaders.
Nitish Kumar alerted RJD leaders about CBI raids: BJP
The CBI conducted multiple raids on the office and residence of RJD MLC Sunil Singh in Patna, Rajya Sabha MP Asfaq Karim in Katihar, RS MP Fayyaz Ahmed in Madhubani, Ex-MLC Subodh Rai in Vaishali and ex-MLA Abu Dojana in Sitamarhi. "CM Nitish Kumar was aware about the CBI raid and he informed RJD leaders about the same in advance.
Amit Shah likely to hold two rallies in Bihar's Seemanchal region
Seemanchal is considered as Muslim dominated area in Bihar, where the BJP is week. After the formation of the Mahagathbandhan government in Bihar, the BJP's top leadership believes that the road show of Amit Shah on July 31 was the turning point of the sour relationship between the JD-U and BJP in Bihar.