Nitish Kumar has no prime pastoral aspiration, says he is not ‘as proficient’ as Narendra Modi


Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has discounted any plausibility of heading the amazing coalition against BJP as a prime pastoral applicant in the General Elections to Lok Sabha in 2019.

“Sharad Yadav served our gathering as president for three successive terms and after that the gathering specialists chosen to give this duty to me. In any case, the media attempted to connection that with me having national desire. As a gathering president I will attempt to extend JD(U) in different states, however it doesn’t imply that I will long for the head administrator’s post,” he said.

Kumar openly conceded that JD(U) was a little gathering and he would just focus on serving the general population of Bihar.

He additionally removed himself from the assertions of defilement against Lalu Yadav whose Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) is an accomplice in the decision coalition in Bihar.

“It’s on Laluji to answer to the claims leveled by the BJP. I don’t have anything to state. In the event that anybody has the evidence, they ought to go to the court,” the Bihar boss clergyman said.

Kumar likewise affirmed that not at all like RJD his gathering was agreeable to utilizing electronic voting machines (EVMs) in the races. “We have perceived how decisions were led before. I don’t wish that opportunity to come back once more. We are running a coalition government yet it doesn’t mean JD(U) belief system would be the same as that of the RJD,” he said.

Kumar asked the media not to play much in his “hush” and that he was particularly occupied in doing routine works.​
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