Tejashwi, Nitish and Lalan Singh reached Raj Bhavan in the same vehicle, claimed to form government

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Tejashwi, Nitish and Lalan Singh reached Raj Bhavan in the same vehicle, claimed to form government
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Nitish Kumar has been elected leaders of the Grand Alliance. After which he reached Raj Bhavan to meet Governor Fagu Chauhan to claim to form the government with Tejashwi Yadav. Nitish Kumar has reached Raj Bhavan to claim with 164 MLAs, Nitish Kumar, Lalan Singh and Tejashwi Yadav have gone to claim to form the government in the same vehicle. Nitish Kumar has gone to claim to form the government by taking a letter of support from 164 MLAs. These MLAs will include 79 of RJD, 45 of JDU, 16 of left parties, 19 of Congress, four MLAs of Ham.

Nitish Kumar has left Raj Bhavan after claiming to form the government. Nitish Kumar, Tejashwi Yadav, Lalan Singh and Jitan Ram Manjhi have left Raj Bhavan on foot. During this time, a large number of JDU and RJD workers were present there.

Earlier Nitish Kumar reached Raj Bhavan alone where he resigned from the government. After this, he reached Rabri residence directly from there where he was elected the leader of the Grand Alliance. After this he reached Raj Bhavan to claim to form the government with Lalan Singh and Tejashwi Yadav.

After submitting his resignation, Nitish said at the Raj Bhavan that party MLAs and MPs in one voice in one voice to break the alliance with NDA. Have said Earlier, Nitish Kumar while addressing his leaders said that the BJP was constantly trying to break the JDU. Along with this, he also said that BJP continued to humiliate him. BJP was constantly trying to break JDU.

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