Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has said that due to the incompetence of the Congress chief. He had to decide to separate from the Mahagath coalition. He said that Rahul had not taken any stand on the charges of corruption against former Deputy Chief Minister and RJD leader Tejaswi Yadav. Due to lack of clarity on this, they decided to separate from the Mahagath. Nitish Kumar claimed that his party played an important role in getting the Congress 40 seats in the 2015 Vidhan Sabha elections.
But he did not give any statement in this regard. If not, then they would reconsider if they quit the coalition. Nitish said, “Ours has always been the attitude that there will be no compromise with crime, corruption, and communalism.” Their working system was such that it was getting difficult for me to work. He said that the CBI filed a lawsuit in July 2017 in the case of Tejaswi Yadav corruption case.
After Jude and RJD had soured After the tension grew. Kumar had separated himself from the alliance formed in the RJD and the Congress. According to Nitish, a copy of Gandhi’s snooping ordinance was discussed. He was a JDU who gave Congress victory in 40 seats in Bihar and won 28 seats. In 2003, Rahul Gandhi took over Manmohan Singh government’s A copy of the ordinance was torn apart by the media, in which attempts were made to save the accused who were involved in the scam. Nitish said that he had no other option than resigning from that time. Regarding the MahaGath, he said that the name of the alliance was given to them when the JDU was involved. After the separation of the JDU, it has just left the alliance.