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BJP lost power after Nitish Kumar resigned from the post of Bihar Chief Minister

United Janata Dal leader Nitish Kumar announced his resignation from the post of Bihar Chief Minister and submitted his resignation letter to the Governor.

Patna: United Janata Dal leader Nitish Kumar announced his resignation from the post of Bihar Chief Minister and submitted his resignation letter to the Governor.

Nitish Kumar has announced that the United Janata Dal has also left the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance.

The BJP and United Janata Dal formed an alliance to contest the 2020 elections in Bihar. The BJP-led coalition won and Nitish Kumar became the Chief Minister.

But for the past few months, there has been a rift between BJP leaders and Nitish Kumar. Nitish Kumar is furious over the news that the BJP is planning to split the party with senior leader RCB Singh of the United Janata Dal. Due to this, he prepared to break his friendship with BJP.

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A meeting of United Janata Dal party MLAs and MPs was held today at Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s residence to take a decision in this regard. At the end of this meeting, United Janata Dal Party MLAs and MPs decided to quit the NDA.
After this, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar asked for time to meet the Governor.

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar met the Governor in the evening and submitted his resignation letter.

Nitish Kumar, who interviewed reporters outside, said, “I have submitted my resignation letter to the governor saying that I am resigning from the post of chief minister.”

As a result, the BJP-United Janata Dal coalition rule has come to an end. BJP has lost power in Bihar.

Lalu Prasad-led Rashtriya Janata Dal and the Congress are expected to support Nitish Kumar’s re-establishment of government in Bihar.

If Rashtriya Janata Dal gives support, the strength of Nitish Kumar, RJD, Congress and Communities will increase to 160. The Rashtriya Janata Party has said that if the BJP tries to bring President’s rule in the state, it will be given a befitting reply.

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