Bihar will be the litmus test for the Janata merger.
Nitish Kumar thanks PM Modi for fast response.
CM Nitish Kumar along with Home minister Rajnath Singh will undertake an aerial survey of Purnea and Madhepura.
CM announces relief for farmers, Rajnath to conduct aerial survey.
Jitan Ram Manjhi lashed out at Nitish Kumar saying he has reversed all his pro-poor and pro-farmers decisions.
Lalu said Nitish could not attend the function because he was at another event.
Manjhi also came out in defence of Modi vis-à-vis delivery of promises and secularism.
Nand Kishore Yadav, leader of the opposition in the Bihar assembly, is preparing for Tuesday’s launch of the BJP’s poll campaign with a rally of booth level workers.
He said several self-help groups are now engaged in making quality sanity napkins to cater to schoolgirls’ needs.
Nitish Kumar was speaking at a workshop on ‘Health, Women and Development’ organised by ADRI and PFI.
At present, the state government gives Rs 600 scholarship annually to a Class I to IV OBC students.
JD(U) green signal to the merger was given at a meeting of MLAs, MLCs and MPs at the residence of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
Kumar told reporters in a strong retort to Amit Shah, over his “jungle raj 2″ remarks at BJP National Executive meeting in Bengaluru on Friday.
Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday said there was no “cloud of uncertainty” over merger of old Janata Parivar splinter groups and that it was on track. “The merger vehicle of Janata Parivar is on track and the vehicle is on the run,” Kumar told reporters after a conclave on skill development in Patna. […]
Narendra Modi is running the country, not the government, said Venkaiah Naidu.