इंडियन आवाज़     25 Sep 2023 05:40:58      انڈین آواز

Nitish takes oath for Bihar development again

TIA special correspondent

PATNA: Senior Janta Dal leader and a new icon of development in Bihar, Nitish kumar is all set to take oath of the chief minister ship of state for second consecutive term on Friday. He would be the CM of state for third time. In 2000 too, Nitish Kumar was appointed the Chief Minister of Bihar but had to resign 7 days later (March 3, 2000 – March 10, 2000).  Nitish Kumar will be sworn in the historic Gandhi Maidan here.

Earlier in the day the newly elected members of National Democratic Alliance (NDA) on Thursday unanimously elected Nitish Kumar as their leader.  Newly elected members of NDA met here amid jubilation and expressed full faith in the leadership of Mr Kumar. Besides the JD (U) National President Sharad Yadav, BJP leaders Arun Jaitely, Ananth Kumar and Dharmendra Pradhan were also present in the meeting.

Earlier, the newly elected legislators of BJP and JD (U) held separate meetings. BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi re-elected as leader of the legislative party. Nitish Kumar will be sworn in as the Chief Minister for the second term on Friday.

The JDU – BJP combine has shown spectacular victory and got 206 seats in the 243-member House. JD (U) alone won 115 seats just 7 seats short of majority while BJP bagged 91 seats. Later, Nitish Kumar called on Governor Devanand Konwar and staked his claim to form the government in the State.

The Bihar assembly elections will be remembered for many reasons.  While development was in the mind of electorates during polling, they forget every other factors in the lection particularly religion and caste .A large number of people voted in favour of NDA and this was reflected in poll results. For the first time after so many elections this assembly polls remained violence free. The national parties like BSP, NCP and CPM could open their accounts in the election. The CPI could win a single seat. After creation of Jharkhand JMM has opened an account in the state. The Sajwadi party failed to win a single seat. The CPI (M-L), which boasted of being the largest Left party in Bihar, has now been reduced to a non-entity in state politics as it could not retain even one of its five.

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