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Nitish Kumar Most Corrupt Chief Minister, Will Do Anything to Remain in Power: Chirag Paswan

Lok Janshakti Celebration chief Chirag Paswan on Thursday stated Nitish Kumar is “grasping”, “would befriend anybody to stay in energy” and thus the “most corrupt Chief Minister” Bihar has ever seen.

“He (Nitish Kumar) is essentially the most grasping particular person and can do something to stay in energy. He used to face with folded palms in entrance of PM Narendra Modi in political rallies. He may even go to Ranchi to satisfy Laluji or meet Tejashwi Yadav to save lots of his chair,” Paswan stated whereas interacting with the media right here.

Paswan, who has already created fairly a stir in Bihar politics ever for the reason that state hit ballot mode, just isn’t leaving any alternative move by with out criticising the Chief Minister.

His feedback come following political buzz about Nitish Kumar prepared to go along with Lalu Prasad’s Rashtriya Janata Dal, publish election outcomes, if such was the scenario.

Chirag Paswan stated: “I’m fairly assured about BJP and LJP. We are going to type the federal government after November 10.”

“State of affairs in Bihar has been worsened solely attributable to Nitish Kumar. If a single vote goes to Nitish Kumar, it can impair the way forward for Bihar,” Paswan stated.

“I’m constantly asking him to supply particulars of his work accomplished in final 5 years however he’s attacking me personally. The corruption throughout his tenure has spiked sharply. He didn’t execute works in Seemanchal space. He has failed to deal with flood scenario in North Bihar,” he added.

“Nitish has carried out liquor ban in Bihar however unable to forestall smuggling. I strongly imagine that he’s hand in gloves with the liquor mafia, who’re brazenly operating their enterprise in Bihar,” Paswan stated.

The LJP chief stated: “The below present in Bihar goes towards Nitish’s social gathering. He’ll vacate 1, Anne Marg Bangalow, the official residence of Bihar CM, quickly.”

The third and remaining section of the Meeting election for 78 seats in 15 districts is scheduled to be held on November 7 and the outcomes might be introduced on November 10.


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