Delhi CM criticizes Nitish Kumar’s move to join NDA

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal criticized Bihar CM Nitish Kumar for his political flip-flop to the NDA alliance after leaving the INDIA bloc.

During a press conference, the Aam Aadmi Party chief expressed his disapproval of Nitish Kumar’s decision to exit the INDIA bloc, stating that such conduct is not good for democracy.

Nitish Kumar recently took oath as the Bihar Chief Minister for the ninth time after breaking ties with the INDIA bloc and ‘mahagathbandhan’ to join the NDA and form a government with BJP.

Explaining his decision, Nitish Kumar mentioned that things were not working well for him in the grand alliance and the opposition bloc INDIA, leading him to return to the BJP-led NDA and form a new government.

The Mahagathbandhan, which is now dismantled, included political parties like JD(U), RJD, Congress, and Left parties. AAP is part of the INDIA bloc and is currently engaged in seat-sharing talks with Congress for five states, namely Delhi, Punjab, Gujarat, Goa, and Haryana.

Arvind Kejriwal also announced that his party will contest alone on all 90 seats in the Haryana assembly elections and clarified that they will contest together with the INDIA alliance in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.

Highlighting the growth of AAP in Haryana, Kejriwal stated that his party has become the largest group compared to other political parties like Congress, BJP, and Jannayak Janta Party (JJP). He mentioned the presence of a committee in every village and ward, with nearly 1.25 lakh party office-bearers in Haryana, a feat achieved in the last six months.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal criticized Bihar CM Nitish Kumar for leaving the INDIA bloc and joining the NDA alliance. Kejriwal stated that Nitish Kumar’s actions were not good for democracy. Nitish Kumar recently formed a new government with the BJP after breaking ties with the INDIA bloc. The Mahagathbandhan, which included JD(U), RJD, Congress, and Left parties, has now been dismantled. Kejriwal announced that his party, AAP, will contest alone in the Haryana assembly elections but will join the INDIA alliance for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls.

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