'Ready for early election', says Nitish Kumar
The Chief Minister said this in Patna while reacting to the statement of Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Shah had said during his address after inaugurating SSB office in Bihar's Araria on September 16 that "the situation in Bihar is not right and soon BJP will form the government under the leadership of Narendra Modi".
JD(U) steps up pitch for Nitish as next PM; Lalan Singh leads campaign
JD(U) national president Lalan Singh and Bihar minister Ashok Chaudhary described Nitish Kumar as eligible to be the Prime Minister. Choudhary said that apart from Bihar, people of many other states want to see Nitish Kumar as PM. He said that if a survey is conducted, then many people would like Nitish Kumar to become the Prime Minister.
'No place for Nitish Kumar in NDA', say Chirag Paswan, Samrat Chaudhary
However, Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) chief Chirag Paswan said on Tuesday that there is no space for Nitish Kumar in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA).
Case against Nitish Kumar and excise officers in Muzaffarpur court
The case was filed by advocate Sunil Singh following 243 deaths in hooch tragedies in dry state Bihar since 2016.
JD-U comes up with INDIA poster with Nitish at the centre
When asked about Nitish Kumar leading the opposition alliance, senior JD-U leader Arun Kumar said that everyone wants their leader to stay at the centre stage, and JD-U is no different.
Lok Sabha polls can be held anytime: Nitish Kumar
“It is not necessary that the election (Lok Sabha) will take place at the scheduled time. Some people are capable of doing anything in the country which I have been repeatedly saying for the past seven months,” he said.
Seat sharing formula will be decided in Mumbai meeting, says Nitish Kumar
"I do not have any personal ambition to achieve post. I just want to unite all opposition parties. We are expecting some more parties to join us in Mumbai. The meeting will also decide who will fight from which place. Every thing will be finalised in Mumbai meeting," Kumar said while inspecting the Lohia Path Chakra in Patna.
Nitish has lost control over governance, says RJD leader Sunil Singh
Referring to the K.K. Pathak-Professor Chandrashekher row, Singh said that the officers are indulging in arbitrariness in Bihar and nothing is under the control of the chief minister. “Today, Ashok Chaudhary is saying that officers and ministers are two wheels.