Nitish Kumar has been a member of the Legislative Assembly, Legislative Council, and Lok Sabha till now and recently he expressed his desire and said that he wants to go to the Rajya Sabha someday. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar expressed his wish and said that he wants to go to the Rajya Sabha someday. Since then many speculations have started and it is being said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) can send Nitish Kumar to the Rajya Sabha and make it its Chief Minister in Bihar. However, now Nitish's party Janata Dal-United (JDU) has clarified this matter and called it a rumor.
Nitish Kumar is not going anywhere
Minister in Bihar government and JDU leader Sanjay Kumar Jha called it a rumor. He tweeted and said, 'I am shocked by the rumor that Honorable Chief Minister Nitish Kumar is considering going to Rajya Sabha. This is a mischievous rumor and is far from the truth. Nitish Kumar has the mandate to serve Bihar and will continue to do so for the entire term as chief minister. He is not going anywhere.
Nitish Kumar is the face of the NDA
Sanjay Kumar Jha further said, 'Nitish Kumar was the face of NDA in the 2020 Bihar Legislative Assembly elections and people voted to bring this alliance to power. His unwavering commitment to serving the people and ability to transform Bihar is sacred. I urge everyone to stay away from this kind of propaganda, which will be of little benefit.'
Nitish Kumar wants to go to Rajya Sabha
Let us tell you that Nitish Kumar had recently talked about his desire to go to Rajya Sabha in a conversation on a channel. He had said that he has been a member of three houses and only Rajya Sabha is left. He had said that he would like to go to the Rajya Sabha at some point. Since then, different speculations started being made and it is being said that BJP can send Nitish Kumar to Rajya Sabha.
Nitish Kumar has been a member of three houses
Nitish Kumar has been a member of the Legislative Assembly, Legislative Council, and Lok Sabha till now and now wants to go to Rajya Sabha. This 'desire' of Nitish, who has been holding the chief minister's chair for 16 years, indicates that he now wants to see himself in a new role.