It is reported that RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav will not attend the oath taking ceremony. According to the information received, Tejashwi Yadav is in Delhi. He left for Delhi on the evening of Diwali. For this reason, he will not participate in the swearing-in ceremony. Apart from this, no information has been revealed about other leaders of the grand alliance.
Rashtriya Janata Dal leader Tejashwi Yadav will not attend the swearing in ceremony of Bihar CM Nitish Kumar in Patna today. (File picture) pic.twitter.com/5k7ktymacG
– ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) November 16, 2020
RJD said – Bycot swearing
Before the swearing-in, RJD tweeted and said, “RJD does the bycott of swearing.” The mandate for change is against the NDA. The mandate was replaced with 'mandate'. Ask the unemployed, farmers, contract workers, employed teachers of Bihar what is going on. The public is outraged by the NDA fraud. We are the people's representative and stand with the public.
The RJD bycalls swearing. The mandate for change is against the NDA. The mandate was replaced with 'mandate'. Ask the unemployed, farmers, contract workers, employed teachers of Bihar what is going on in them. The public is agitated by the fraud of the NDA. We are the people's representative and stand with the public
– Rashtriya Janata Dal (@RJDforIndia) November 16, 2020
RJD attacked Nitish by tweeting
At the same time, RJD has started attacking him before Nitish Kumar was sworn in. On Monday, RJD tweeted from its official tweeter handle, I did not want to become the Chief Minister due to being a third-party party and being tired, but many senior leaders of BJP grabbed my feet, started crying, pleading. I was a soft-hearted chairwoman, a conscience-seeking beggar, the insistence of them melted my heart. How do I annoy them?
Amit Shah and JP Nadda will reach Patna in the afternoon
On the other hand, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and BJP National President JP Nadda will reach Patna this afternoon to attend Nitish's swearing-in. Please tell that Nitish went to Raj Bhavan on Sunday evening and presented a claim to the Governor Fagu Chauhan to form the government.
His claim was approved by the Governor. Now everyone's eyes are on the formation of Nitish cabinet and new faces joining it. On Sunday, Nitish discussed the possible size of the cabinet with leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Janata Dal (United).
JDU will have 12 and BJP's 18 ministers
At the same time, sources have said that JDU with 43 MLAs can get 12 ministerial posts. The BJP has 74 MLAs, so it can get 18 ministerial posts. The Vikas Insan Party (VIP) and Hindustani Awam Morcha (we) may get one ministerial post each. It has been reported that the number of ministers may also increase in the coming days.