There’s plenty of pleasure in Bihar about which leaders will take oath as ministers together with Nitish. Then again, suspense stays additionally concerning the Deputy CM.
Janata Dal-United (JDU) President Nitish Kumar is going to take the oath of the Chief Minister of Bihar for the seventh time as we speak. In the meantime, there may be plenty of pleasure in Bihar about which leaders will take oath as ministers together with Nitish. In response to data acquired from sources, other than Nitish Kumar, Vijender Yadav, Ashok Chaudhary, Sheela Mandal, and Mevalal Chaudhary can take oath from JDU account. Immediately fifteen folks will take the oath. Aside from Nitish Kumar, two Deputy Chief Ministers and 5 folks every from each event will take the oath. The 2 Deputy Chief Ministers will likely be from BJP’s quota (Tarkishore Prasad and Renu Devi). Aside from this, Santosh Manjhi from us and Mukesh Mallah from VIP will take the oath. Mangal Pandey, Jeevesh Mishra, Rampreet Paswan, Amarendra Pratap Singh, and Ram Sundar Rai will take oath from BJP’s quota.
Then again, there may be nonetheless suspense in Bihar concerning the Deputy Chief Minister in Bihar. In response to sources, two deputy CMs and the Speaker of the Meeting have additionally come to the BJP’s account. Discussions are on to make BJP MLA Tarkishore Prasad and BJP chief Renu Devi as Deputy CM and provide Sushil Modi (Sushil Modi) a spot within the Union Cupboard.
Many large BJP leaders are anticipated to attend the swearing-in ceremony of Nitish Kumar. In response to information company ANI, Dwelling Minister Amit Shah and BJP Nationwide President JP Nadda will attend the swearing-in ceremony of Nitish Kumar.
In the meantime, BJP chief Tarkishore Prasad advised ANI, “There are indications that Renu Ji (BJP chief Renu Devi) and I’ll take oath as Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar.” At the identical time, BJP chief Renu Devi mentioned, “This can be large accountability. If folks have chosen us and trusted NDA, we are going to work collectively to satisfy their expectations.”