Amit Shah called Nitish Kumar a ‘liar’, said- RCP Singh was made a minister at the will of JDU. On the RCP Singh controversy, Amit Shah said, Nitish Kumar is lying


New Delhi, August 17 After breaking away from the NDA and forming the government with the Grand Alliance in Bihar, there is a conflict between the JDU and the BJP over RCP Singh. Former JDU leader RCP Singh was accused of being inducted by the BJP into the Union Cabinet without Nitish Kumar’s consent. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has answered these allegations of JDU.

Shah responded to Nitish’s allegations

Amit Shah has said that Nitish Kumar has wrongly said that RCP Singh was included in the cabinet without his consent. Let it be known that Amit Shah called a meeting of the BJP’s core committee on Tuesday regarding the political developments in Bihar. The meeting was called to discuss the strategy after the JDU abruptly split from the NDA.

Nitish Kumar wanted two minister-shah seats

In this meeting, Amit Shah said that he had spoken to Nitish Kumar twice on the phone to make RCPP Singh a minister, Nitish Kumar wanted two ministerial seats, one Lok Sabha and one state. Sabha, but Amit Shah refused, from which it is clear that Nitish Kumar had stamped the name of RCP. Along with this, Amit Shah admitted that he has assured him for the second ministerial seat and said that he will look ahead.

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