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After the NDA‘s big win in Bihar, it has started the Government forming processes. . Nitish Kumar has been elected as the leader of the party in the NDA Legislature Party meeting. In this way, he will be sworn in as the CM of Bihar for the fourth consecutive time. At the same time, the opposition has boycotted Nitish Kumar’s swearing-in ceremony in Patna.
According to the information received, the RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav will not attend the swearing-in ceremony to be held in Patna as he has already left for Delhi on the evening of Diwali.. While there is no particular information related to the number of opposition leaders who will be participating in the ceremony, speculation is doing rounds.
Prior to the swearing in, RJD tweeted “RJD boycotts the swearing. t. The mandate for change is against the NDA. The mandate was replaced with ‘mandate’. Ask the unemployed, farmers, contract workers, employed teachers of Bihar what is going on. The public is outraged by the NDA fraud. We are the people’s representative and stand with the public.”
On the other hand, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP National President JP Nadda will reach Patna this afternoon to attend Nitish’s swearing-in.
Notably, Nitish went to Raj Bhavan on Sunday evening and presented a claim to the Governor Fagu Chauhan to form the government. The Governor has approved his claim and grabbing all attention now is the most discussed topic of the formation of Nitish’s cabinet and its leaders.
At the same time, sources have said that JDU with 43 MLAs can get 12 ministerial posts. The BJP has 74 MLAs, so it can get 18 ministerial posts. The Vikas Insan Party (VIP) and Hindustani Awam Morcha (WE) may get one ministerial post each. It has been reported that the number of ministers may also increase in the coming days.
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