BJP leaders continue to lash out at Nitish Kumar for his vulgar comments over population control, targeting dignity of women. In the latest development, BJP leader Manoj Tiwari, an actor-turned-politician, said, "Nitish Kumar watches dirty films at night and wakes up with a dirty mindset in the morning." Manoj Tiwari further added that Kumar has lost all respect in his eyes with his recent comment in the Assembly.
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PM Narendra Modi finally spoke about the controversial remark of Nitish Kumar and took a dig against him. Addressing a public rally in Madhya Pradesh, PM said, "A big leader of the INDI alliance, 'Ghamandiya Gathbandhan,' used indecent language for women inside the Assembly yesterday (November 7.) Reacting to the recent apology of Nitish Kumar, PM Modi said, ''apology is not enough.' Meanwhile, women in Bihar burned Kumar's effigy.
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Nitish Kumar, the CM of Bihar, apologized for his 'population control' remark, which has been termed sexist. On November 8, Kumar said, "I apologise and I take back my words...," in the assembly, after BJP legislator restricted Kumar's entry in the parliament. Furthermore, Kumar said his intention… read-more
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Bihar CM Nitish Kumar has made a controversial, sexist remark amid population control. On November 7, Kumar addressed the assembly and said, "The husband's acts led to more births. However, with education, a woman knows how to restrain him...this is the reason the numbers (of births) are coming down." The opposition BJP criticised the Bihar CM for such disgraceful remark and demanded his resignation.
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Responding to the murder of a journalist in Araria district, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on August 18, termed the incident 'unfortunate'. Speaking to reporters, the Bihar CM said, "It is a very unfortunate incident. How can someone kill a person this way? I have asked the officials to inquire into it." Notably, in a shocking incident, a Dainik Jagran journalist was shot dead in Arari district, Bihar.
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Bihar CM Nitish Kumar expressed his hesitation to name the unity alliance as 'INDIA,' (Indian National Development Inclusive Alliance. The name was suggested by West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, during the second opposition meeting, which was attended by 26 opposition parties, to discuss the 2024 elections. According to sources, Nitish Kumar mentioned he didn't like name INDIA, simply because of the term NDA (National Democratic Alliance)… read-more
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Days after the opposition BJP in Bihar alleged that one of the party workers died due to a lathi charge, a complaint was filed against Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav and a senior police officer and Patna's district magistrate. The complaint has been filed by BJP worker Krishna Singh in Patna's civil court. Furthermore, the BJP has also constituted a four-member committee to probe the murder.
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Rashtra Janata Dal (RJD) President Nitish Kumar said the opposition parties have decided to fight united against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the 2024 General elections. On June 23, the opposition leaders addressed a join press conference, after a high-level oppositions meeting in Patna, Bihar. "It was a good meeting where it has been decided to fight the elections together." Furthermore, Kumar said, another meeting will be held soon… read-more
In a recent political development, Rahul Gandhi, Mallikarjun Kharge and Nitish Kumar held a meeting. The scheduled meeting in Delhi was to chalk down the road map for the opposition unity for the 2024 elections, against the PM Narendra Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party. Furthermore, the Trinamool Congress led by Mamata Banerjee also approached the Congress and assured to extend support. The said meeting came after AAP's meeting with Nitish… read-more
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In order to unite as a strong opposition, the Mamata Banerjee-led TMC asked to meet Nitish Kumar, the Chief Minister of Bihar. According to sources, the meeting is hinting towards the talk of opposition alliance to fight the PM Narendra Modi-led BJP, in the 2024 General elections. "I have made just one request to Nitish Kumar. We can then decide where we have to go next,"said Banerjee.