The discussion that the opposition parties may form an alliance by the next general election is going on in the political circles. In this context, Nitish Kumar is the prime ministerial candidate of the opposition.

Nitish Kumar: There is a strong discussion in the political circles that the opposition parties may form an alliance by the next general elections. In the same context, while hearing the news that Nitish Kumar may be the prime ministerial candidate of the opposition, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar made interesting comments regarding special status for backward states. It is known that after the NDA government came to power at the Center in 2014, it has been clarified that no special status will be given to any states, only a special package will be given to the backward areas. But recently, JDU leader and Bihar CM Nitish Kumar brought up the issue of special status. It is known that Nitish Kumar has asked many times in the past to give special status to Bihar as well. In this order, Nitish Kumar assured that if a non-BJP government comes to power at the Centre, special status will be given to all the backward states in the country. He said that the backward states would get this status if they get the chance to form a government at the center and he does not see any reason why this should not happen. Speaking to the media in Patna, he severely criticized the BJP. He criticized that they are making a mockery of democracy.

Nitish Kumar accused BJP of buying Congress MLAs in Goa. He said that it is not appropriate to alienate Congress MLAs from their own party. Nitish Kumar lashed out at former Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar, BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi and Union Minister Giriraj Singh. He criticized that both of them are accusing him arbitrarily and speaking irresponsibly on the orders of BJP elders. He also responded on working with BJP. Nitish Kumar admitted that it was wrong to stay with the Kamalam Party for a long time. Nitish Kumar has been saying on many occasions that due to the bifurcation of Bihar, the entire revenue and mining income is going to Jharkhand. They have declared on various occasions that they will support any government at the Center if their state is given special status. It is known that Nitish Kumar, who came out of the BJP alliance in Bihar a month ago and joined hands with the opposition and took oath as the chief minister, is making efforts for an alternative political alliance at the centre.

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