Bihar got more than what we had expected, NDA will win the next polls: Nitish

Bihar got more than what we had expected, NDA will win the next polls: Nitish

PATNA: Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar who returned to the BJP in July last today claimed the state had got more than what he had expected in the general budget.

“It would not be correct to say that Bihar has been ignored in the Union Budget. The state’s share in tax revenue has been put at Rs 76,000 crore. Our own expectation was much less than that. The decision (for the political realignment) was taken in the interests of Bihar,” Kumar was quoted as saying by news agency PTI on Monday.

Bihar opposition leader Tejashwi Yadav contested the claim of the chief minister saying the state was completely ignored in the budget despite it having “double engines”.

To a query, the chief minister said his party still stands by the demand for grant of special status to Bihar but “there is a process involved therein”.

He further claimed that the NDA would win the next 2019 LS elections.

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    May 31, 2018, 2:44 pm

    The Bihar chief minister is completely avoid the budget despite and process of special status for the demand. The expected budget is given for the CM to the parties. The interested decision and general budget must be added all the aspects about the products, things, taxes etc. It is very important for the public to get the product with reasonable rate. The quoted and best news agency given this news to the public. The political realignments and good interest to be taken from this

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