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Will Nitish Kumar’s government fall? While leaving, Amit Shah predicted early elections in Bihar – amit shah predicted early assembly elections in bihar

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Araria: Is Nitish Kumar’s government going to fall in Bihar? Are new political equations being formed in Bihar? These questions are arising from a statement of Amit Shah. In Araria, Amit Shah said that elections can be held in Bihar very soon. In other words, he predicted the elections before leaving. After Amit Shah’s prediction, the market of discussions in political circles is hot. Political pundits are making many speculations. In Araria, Amit Shah said that I am familiar with all the problems on the border of Bihar. I assure you that elections will be held in Bihar soon and BJP government will be formed under the leadership of PM Modi. With this claim of Amit Shah, the political temperature of Bihar has become high.

Earlier, while addressing a public meeting in Jhanjharpur, Madhubani, Amit Shah fiercely attacked Nitish Kumar and Lalu Yadav. Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday warned that if Prime Minister Narendra Modi does not come to power again, the areas of Bihar near the border will be filled with infiltrators. Amit Shah accused Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and RJD supremo Lalu Yadav of indulging in ‘appeasement politics’ through steps like cutting holidays in government schools. The Home Minister said that I would like to congratulate the people of Bihar for protesting against this, which forced the state government to withdraw its order under which the holidays of brother-sister festivals Rakshabandhan and Janmashtami were abolished. Was.

Keep talking nonsense: Nitish Kumar

On the other hand, when Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was asked about Amit Shah’s visit to Bihar, he got angry. He said that we do not listen to those people. He (Amit Shah) neither has any knowledge of Bihar nor anything about the country. They just keep talking nonsense, we don’t consider it necessary to pay attention to them. Nitish Kumar said do not pay attention to his words. We don’t pay any attention to what those people say, because whenever they come, they say nonsense. Does he have any knowledge? He has some knowledge of how much development has taken place in Bihar and how much work is being done.

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that leave alone Bihar, he does not have any information about the country. These people have a habit of speaking like this, so we don’t even pay attention to what statements they make. If they have to say only ‘und-bund’ then what does it mean? Therefore, those people have no value anywhere. He further said that these days they are worried because when we are uniting, they are nervous.

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Rabri’s counterattack on Amit Shah’s statement on oil and water

On the other hand, rhetoric has started after the visit of Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Former Chief Minister of Bihar Rabri Devi and Minister Tej Pratap Yadav have strongly targeted the Home Minister. Rabri Devi strongly targeted the Central Government and said that why are they not holding elections in Kashmir, are you afraid of holding elections? On Home Minister Amit Shah’s statement that Lalu-Nitish alliance is like oil and water, Rabri Devi said that he is a businessman himself, so he must be mixing oil and water.

He said that ever since the alliance was formed, Prime Minister Narendra Modi feels ashamed to call India India. Everyone believes in India. India is our country and India is also ours. When we go abroad, we say that we have come from India? But, those people feel ashamed. When our alliance was named India, they started feeling ashamed. Rabri Devi’s elder son and Bihar minister Tej Pratap said that in Karnataka they had been hit by Bajrang Bali’s mace, this time they will have to face the wrath of Harihar Nath Baba in Bihar.

with input agency

This post originally appeared on navbharattimes.indiatimes.com

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