As a consequence of Nitish Kumar’s disobedience of his party leader and Union minister R.C.P. Singh about a Rajya Sabha seat, the BJP-Janata Dal (U) alliance in Bihar has been placed into a state of tension and doubt. This has caused the coalition to be in a position of uncertainty.
Nitish Kumar’s activities have directly contributed to the growth of tension and uncertainty in Bihar as a direct consequence of the fact that both parties in the state are vying to create an alliance government as quickly as possible. Because of what has transpired, Singh will be obliged to step down from the position he now holds.
On the other hand, Mr. Kumar’s choice to turn down Mr. Singh’s application for the office of Union minister is more than just an oversight on his part. It is quite permissible for him to put forth the name of any competent person as a candidate for election to the Rajya Sabha.
This indicates how much influence Mr. Singh has lost since he presided over the JD (U) and served as the key link between the JD (U) and the BJP. Mr. Singh first presided over the JD (U) and served as the major connection between the JD (U) and the BJP.
Sincerity compels us to report that Mr. Nitish Kumar is making an effort to express to the BJP, his coalition partner, the fact that he is dissatisfied with the position that he now has inside the alliance. This is the point he is attempting to make with his statement. As a consequence of the BJP’s assertion that it will attend the meeting on the ultimatum for a caste census, it is abundantly clear that they want to maintain the alliance even if doing so requires paying a significant price for doing so. This is because it is a consequence of the BJP’s assertion that it will attend the meeting on the ultimatum for a caste census.