The party has called a meeting of its functionaries on January 6 to discuss the party’s future course of action after Lalu Prasad was convicted in a second fodder scam case.
Nitish Kumar left for Gandhinagar on Monday night. He is accompanied by deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi of BJP, a Janata Dal (United) leader told ET from Patna.
Lalu's son Tejashwi Prasad Yadav may still have to master the skill and acumen that his father has displayed for decades.
The training programme seeks to make party workers aware of the “Nitish style of politics” and its “positive impact” on the state’s development, party sources said.
Congress’ success in giving a tough fight to BJP in the prime minister’s home state may also have some impact in the ruling National Democratic Alliance (NDA) at the Centre, experts said.
“Despite facing adverse situations, I am making progress in my political mission,” said the Bihar strongman who is mired in several corruption cases.
My main enemy is the BJP-RSS. We are opposing the wrong policies and scams of the JDU-BJP state government, says Tejashwi Yadav.
His sudden focus on quota politics also indicates his own preparation for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls. Though he is part of NDA, he has used his own brand of quota politics to counter RJD.
The most visible change in his first 100 days is that he has been able to review the performance of almost every department in an expeditious manner.
Kumar had hand-picked Manjhi to become the chief minister in 2014 following Janata Dal (U)’s poor performance in the Lok Sabha polls.
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