“I gave back to you, Chief Minister,” Jitan Ram Manjhi said to Nitish Kumar

Former Bihar chief minister and leader of the Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM), Jitan Ram Manjhi, said on Friday that he had returned a favor to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar by offering to help him build a government in Bihar with the NDA.

Jitan Ram Manjhi said during a speech at a function that the Chief Minister received 125 votes in the Bihar Assembly. He said that he helped Kumar get four votes.

“Nitish Kumar received 125 votes in the Bihar Assembly, which was the required 122 votes to establish the government. Four votes were our contribution. It would have been 121 votes if those 4 votes had not been cast, according to Manjhi.

“If we hadn’t, Nitish Ji’s government would have fallen.”

The former Chief Minister said, “I can now say that I have also repaid my favor because he made me the Chief Minister.”

Nitish Kumar, according to Manjhi, “made the right decision by joining the NDA.”

In addition, he urged the people of Bihar to support his administration and pledged to strive for the state’s total prohibition on alcohol.

Rabri Devi, a former chief minister and RJD leader, poked fun at Nitish Kumar on Tuesday, claiming that unlike the last time, he had left the RJD coalition freely and without coercion.

Nitish Kumar severed his links with “Mahagathbandhan” and took the oath of office as Bihar’s chief minister for the eighth time.

This followed a sharp turnabout in which Kumar chose to work with the BJP to establish a new administration.

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