Bihar: RJD to boycott swearing-in ceremony of Nitish Kumar

Credit: DNA- Published on November 16, 2020
Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tejashwi Yadav will not attend the oath-taking ceremony of Bihar Chief Minister-designate Nitish Kumar scheduled to be held in Patna today.

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Published on November 13, 2020 -  03:11
Bihar CM Nitish Kumar says ‘NDA to decide’ if he will be chief minister
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that NDA will decide on the state's next chief minister. Kumar's JDU won 43 seats while BJP won 74 in recently concluded bihar polls. "It is people's mandate, NDA got majority with people's support. Nothing has been finalised as of now, ECI must have submitted the list. House will have to be dissolved and new govt will be formed. This will be cleared after meeting, we have not made any claims," he said. He added, "If you ask me about it, I have not made any claim. There will be an NDA meeting and we will decide there. it has not been decided when to conduct the meeting. I have met everyone but all of us should sit down once. We might meet on Friday 13 but official meeting will be later."

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