Nitish want to dissolve the assembly? Know why Tejaswi said this – India TV Hindi

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Tejashwi Yadav, former Deputy Chief Minister

Patna: Former Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar and Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Tejashwi Yadav has tweeted that Nitish Kumar wants to dissolve the Assembly. This is the reason why the cabinet was not expanded even after the new government was formed in Bihar. Tejashwi said that the gap of mistrust between BJP-JDU has widened.

Accused of breaking alliance without reason

Tejaswi is currently on the Vishwas Yatra. Meanwhile, he is targeting Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. He accused Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of ruling the state without any vision and changing allies without any reason. Tejashwi said, “Not only ‘Mai’ (Mira meaning Muslim-Yadav) is with us but also ‘Baap’ (‘BAAP’ meaning ‘B’ means Bahujan, ‘A’ means Agra (high caste)).” Half of A’. Abadi means women and P also means ‘ghareeb’ means poor.” He said this while pronouncing the English word ‘MY’ as ‘Mai’ and ‘BAAP’ as ‘Baap’.

Tejashwi Yadav, who was ousted from power after breaking ties with Nitish Kumar’s grand alliance and forming a new government in the state with his old ally Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA). Gaya, has started his campaign. Aiming to win people’s trust, started the ‘Jan Vishwas Yatra’ from Muzaffarpur on Tuesday and then addressed two other rallies in Sitamarhi and Sheohar districts.

Nitish Kumar has grown old: Tejashwi

Tejashwi Yadav said, “Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has grown old not only in terms of age but also in terms of his mentality. We promised him 1 million jobs and we were halfway through our campaign when he betrayed us.” The 34-year-old youth leader alleged, “Nitish Kumar is ruling Bihar without any vision. And they keep changing direction without any vision. For any reason it will not benefit the state. I have come to you to demand political insurance. Help me form the government for five years and I will change the state. (input language)

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