NEW DELHI : Rahul Gandhi these days didn’t wait and see as he lashed out at Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for switch sides and sneered that “netas” do something for power. “This is that the drawback with Indian politics…people can do something for his or her personal gains. Satta ke liye kuch bhi kar dete hain (they do something for power),” the Congress vice chairman told reporters.
Nitish Kumar took oath for the sixth time these days once reuniting with the BJP, a celebration he had snapped ties with in 2013 over the elevation of Narendra Modi as its prime face.
Last evening, he resigned dead, merchandising the grand coalition he had shaped with Lalu Yadav and therefore theCongress once winning the Bihar election in 2015.
His beautiful move followed days of churning over ally Lalu Yadav refusal to conform to son Tejashwi’s removal as deputy chief minister over corruption charges.
Mr Gandhi said: “We knew this coming up with was occurring for three-four months. In politics you get to understandwhat is in an exceedingly person’s mind. i used to be conscious of the conspiracy.”
He defendant Nitish Kumar of revealing the “people’s mandate for anti-communal politics” by connection hands with the BJP.
After his resignation, Nitish Kumar had spoken his recent meeting with mister Gandhi and aforementioned he was defeated that “nothing happened” once he wanted the Congress leader’s intervention on the Tejashwi Yadav row.
“I met Rahul Gandhi who had torn associate ordinance that wanted to change folks sentenced to over 2 years in jail to contest elections. however apart from some superficial speak, nothing happened,” mister Kumar aforementioned.
Commenting that he had “knocked each door” to salvage the alliance, mister Kumar said: “I detected the voice of my conscience and set to drag myself out of this coalition.”