Patna: Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Thursday warned that if the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) wins the assembly elections in Bihar, it would do so by default, and this would push the nation into a deep pit.
“If the BJP wins the elections by default, then this nation will fall into a deep pit. They (BJP) have done nothing significant in the last 17 months. Neither have they fulfilled any of the promises made during the Lok Sabha elections, nor have they given any example of good governance,” Nitish told ANI in an exclusive interview here.
“All they are focused is on winning the elections in one state, and then, in another. They have got the mandate to run the government at the Centre and serve the people, but what they are seeking is absolute power and are working on the basis of that strategy only,” he added. (ANI)