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BJP conspired against JDU in 2020 Bihar assembly elections: CM Nitish Kumar

Patna Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of 2020 Despite being in alliance in the assembly elections, he worked against the Janata Dal-United (JDU) and tried to ensure that its candidates were defeated.

He again said that if the parties opposing the BJP agree to come together, so they 2024 Can win the Lok Sabha elections with a “overwhelming majority”. The JD(U) leader said without naming his former alliance partner,They (BJP) should be reminded that never before has our party 2005 either 2010 Did not get such a small number of seats in the assembly elections. 2020 In, we suffered, Because they tried to ensure the defeat of our candidates., He said that he did not want to become the chief minister again, But agreed to accept the post on the request of the BJP.

Chief Minister said, But Bihar was not getting anything (from the BJP government at the Centre). The demand for special status was not accepted. He (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) belongs to that state, Which has been prosperous since the time of British rule. The country cannot move forward without developing the poor states.

CM he said, I say that if all the parties opposing them (BJP) come together, so such a group can assure an overwhelming majority, But the ball is in the court of all such parties. I will keep trying to make it a reality.

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