Nitish Kumar calls all party meeting on Tuesday to discuss caste survey
"The state government has released the report of the caste survey. We have called for an all party meeting where a senior officer of the government will give a detailed presentation about the survey report. Following that we will take the decision in the interest of common people," he said.
Nitish Kumar dares NDA leaders to break JD-U
“These are unnecessary statements which have no meaning. If BJP has guts, break JD-U,” Kumar said while interacting with media persons in Patna.
Nitish Kumar will not join NDA again, says Lalan Singh
The statement of Lalan Singh came at a time when Nitish Kumar recently met with the PM Narendra Modi during G 20 dinner party at the president house and he also visited the statue of Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay in Patna.
Nitish, Tejashwi pay homage to Bharatiya Jan Sangh leader Deendayal Upadhyaya
After coming to know that Nitish Kumar is set to visit the statue of Deendayal Upadhyaya, Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav also rushed to offer his tribute but reached seven minutes late.
Lalan Singh, Ashok Chaudhary involved in verbal duel at Nitish's residence
The two leaders had gone to the Chief Minister’s residence to participate in a meeting of the Assembly incharge on Monday.
Nitish Kumar welcomes Women’s Reservation Bill
“We gave 50 per cent reservation to women in Panchayati Raj Institutions in the year 2006. From 2007 we introduced 50 per cent reservation for women in Urban Local Bodies also. Since 2006, women are being given 50 per cent reservation in primary teacher recruitment and from 2016 provision has been made for 35 per cent reservation for women in all government jobs.”
Nitish Kumar to hold two days meeting with party workers over weekend
Sources have said that Nitish Kumar will meet the incharge of different wings of the party on September 23 and will chair the meeting of in charges of all assembly constituencies on the next day.
'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).