Embattled Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Sunday hit out at Nitish Kumar saying that he thought a Dalit would be rubber stamp chief minister. “When I started working with self-respect, Nitish began to have problems with me,” he said.
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Manjhi claimed he is still the chief Minister until Nitish Kumar proves his majority on the floor of the House.
Manjhi ruled out his resignation from JD(U) saying he hasn’t done anything wrong. He exuded confidence that he would prove his majority on February 20.Manjhi said he would take support from anyone to prove his majority in the Assembly House on February 20.