Fake Janardan Dwivedi Letter About new Working Presidents Creates Flutter in Bihar Congress
The letter said Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi has approved the proposal to appoint Akhilesh Singh, Madan Mohan Jha, Shakeel Ujjaman Ansari and Ashok Ram as working presidents of Bihar Pradesh Congress Committee. File photo of Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi.
Patna: Nitish Kumar’s return to the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) has ensured that he continues as the Bihar chief minister. However, the recent turn of events over the past two months amply show that the Janata Dal (United) is losing its previous dominant position vis-a-vis Bhartiya Janata Party. BJP is in no mood to depend on Nitish to win an election and the party has already started focusing more on the 2019 general election, which is one-and-a-half years away.
Nitish Kumar's return to the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) ensured his continuance as Bihar chief minister, but events of the last two months have indicated that his Janata Dal (United) party might lose its hitherto dominant position vis-a-vis the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). And the BJP is clearly in no mood to remain dependent on Nitish any more. It has started focusing on the 2019 general elections, and has started chalking out its own plans.
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