Bihar CM Nitish Kumar says no need to worry about the Grand Alliance despite ED raid on Lalu Prasad Yadav’s relatives

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar ruled out any change in the alliance and said that there is no need to worry about the Grand Alliance.

While replying to queries regarding ED’s raid on the relatives of RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav, Kumar told news persons here on Saturday that those facing raids were making due replies. Refusing to make any comment on the raids he indicated that was politically motivated.


Kumar said the raid resumes whenever he is with RJD and maintained that they would better explain the matter.

When asked why he did not put his signature on the letter written by nine opposition political parties raising the issue of misuse of Central agencies, Nitish Kumar ruled out any confusion saying that the political parties operate separately and maintained that he was pre occupied with administrative responsibilities. Kumar reiterated that he would visit the places as and when required after the entire opposition gets united.

Replying to the query related to CBI summon issued against the Deputy Chief Minister Tejaswi Prasad Yadav Kumar he said there was nothing new in it.

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