Some 5 then 7, 13, 18 days… This is the 4 CMs of Bihar, who could not live in the chair even 20 days and went to power.

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Some 5 then 7, 13, 18 days… This is the 4 CMs of Bihar, who could not live in the chair even 20 days and went to power.
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Aug 09, 2022 | 6:35 pm

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has resigned. Nitish Kumar has taken this decision leaving the BJP and it is believed that he is going to form a government with RJD soon. By the way, by the resignation of Nitish Kumar, it has been proved once that the government is difficult to run in Bihar without any 5 years. Even before this, many times the Chief Ministers have resigned in the middle term and the tenure of many Chief Ministers has not been completed. It could not be 1 year instead of 5 years. That is, before the completion of one year of becoming a CM, a second CM had to be made or had to hold elections. At the same time, four times the Chief Minister could not complete even 20 days and the state got another CM. In such a situation, we know about those 4 Chief Ministers, who were the Chief Minister of the state for less than 20 days…

India had not been free. After the death of Shri Krishna Sinha in 1961, Congress made Deep Narayan Singh Chief Minister. Deep Narayan Singh took over the post of CM on 1 February 1961, but he was able to remain CM for 18 days. After this, assembly elections were held in the state and then Vinodanand Jha took over the reins of Bihar.

Satish Prasad Singh got a chance to become CM when the non -Congress government came for the first time after independence. He got the CM's chair from 28 January 1968 to 1 February 1968, let us know that in the 1967 elections, the Congress could not get a majority in Bihar and a non -Congress government was formed. After this, Mahamaya Prasad Sinha was made the first non-Congress Chief Minister and after that he became CM, but he was able to remain CM for 5 days. Then BP Mandal was sworn in as CM.

Bhola Paswan Shastri became CM for 13 days of the state. By the way, Bhola Paswan got a chance to become the CM of Bihar twice. Bhola Babu became CM again for 13 days in 1969 and 7 months in 1971. He was known for honesty. He was the Chief Minister in 1969 from 22 June to 4 July. Then Rabri Devi became the Chief Minister and also completed his term.

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