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Why Nitish Kumar Is BJP’s Best Bet For Encore In Bihar

Nitish Kumar has always been the NDA’s face in Bihar. It would be no different this time.

Why Nitish Kumar Is BJP’s Best Bet For Encore In Bihar
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Why Nitish Kumar Is BJP’s Best Bet For Encore In Bihar
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2019-01-12T15:37:58+05:30

The ouster of BJP governments from three key Hindi heartland states—Madhya Pradesh, Rajas­than and Chhattisgarh—in the rec­ent assembly polls may have come as a shot in the arm for the RJD-led grand alliance in Bihar, but Chief Minister Nitish Kumar does not appear to be unduly perturbed.

“The BJP may have lost in MP, but it got more votes than the Congress and in Rajasthan, its voteshare was a meagre 0.4 per cent less than the winning party,” Nitish said at his Lok Samwad programme on January 7.

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