RJD targets Nitish in his tweets, says why does JDU have to depend upon BJP for a win

The Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) on Friday accused Chief Minister Nitish Kumar that if he worked, he would not have to cheat and the BJP would not have to become his crutches. RJD tweeted, “Nitish ji repeatedly says that they only work and the citizens of entire Bihar are disturbed thinking what work Nitish ji does? Where and when does he work?”

Taking a dig at Nitish Kumar, RJD said that if he worked then why would he have to cheat to win? Why did the BJP have to make its crutches and in the elections, why did they go down?

Significantly, the day before, RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav said that the decision of the people is in favor of the Grand Alliance, while the result of the Election Commission has gone in favor of the NDA. He had said that Nitish Kumar has come at number three, and the mandate given by the people of Bihar is a mandate for change.

It is worth mentioning that in a very exciting contest in Bihar Assembly elections, the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) led by Nitish Kumar captured 125 seats out of 243 seats and got the magic figure of the majority while the Mahagathbandhan got 110 seats. Apart from the BJP’s 74 seats and the JDU’s 43 seats, among the ruling coalition partners, the HAM got four seats and the VIP got four. At the same time, in the opposition grand alliance, RJD won 75 seats, Congress 19, CPI-Male 12, and CPI and CPI-M won two seats each. Nitish Kumar’s party JDU won 43 seats while it had previously won 71 seats in the 2015 elections, reports LiveHindustan.

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