13 Dec 2022

Nitish Kumar Says Will Contest 2025 Elections Under Leadership Of Tejashwi Yadav; What Is His Target

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar will not be a contender for the post of CM in Bihar elections in 2025. He himself has announced this. In the meeting of the MLAs of the Grand Alliance in Patna on Monday, Nitish said – The 2025 assembly elections will be fought under the leadership of Tejashwi Yadav. My target is to defeat BJP in 2024 Lok Sabha. I don't want to be the CM or PM candidate.

Political heir: Recently, Nitish Kumar has dropped several hints that he sees Tejashwi Yadav, a fierce critic not long ago, as his political heir.

"We are doing a lot. And if there's anything left to do in the future, then Tejashwi will keep working and will get it all done. We must stay united and work together. There should be no friction," the Chief Minister said on Monday, at the launch of a dental college in Nalanda.

Nitish reiterates charge: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday once again alleged that the BJP had hatched a conspiracy to defeat the JD(U) despite the alliance with the party in the 2020 assembly elections. He reiterated that anti-BJP parties can win the 2024 Lok Sabha elections with a thumping majority, if they agree to join hands with each other.

Was not keen on becoming CM: Nitish had also said that he was not keen on becoming the CM for another term, but agreed to take up the post on the insistence of the BJP. He said that Bihar did not get anything from the central government. 

Nitish sdaid PM Narendra Modi belongs to the state which has been prosperous since the time of British Raj. The country cannot progress without the development of poor states.

Grand alliance suffered a setback in by-elections: Earlier, the grand alliance had suffered a major setback in the by-elections held on the Kurhani assembly seat in Bihar. Here BJP candidate got 76722 votes, in comparison JDU had to satisfy with 730736 votes. Kedar Prasad Gupta was nominated by the BJP and Manoj Kumar Singh by the Grand Alliance.

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