How did you like address and adhikar rally organised by bihar govt. at new delhi to pressurise to grant special status to bihar and in my opinion nitish was very arrogant and open his party to sale your vies pl
This is politics! Nitish has made it loud and clear that Modi is not acceptable to Janata Dal (U). Without JD (U), BJP may not be able to come to power again and hence will have to decide Prime Ministerial candidate of NDA, accordingly.
I think that in this scenario, Arun Jaitley, the Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha would be the most acceptable candidate for the post of PM to Janata Dal (United).
Although the issue of special status to Bihar is a demand, for the time being, it is an excuse.
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I believe this is a dangerous trend. Just imagine if every State of India wishes to get accorded a special status on some pretext or the other, what would happen to the Nation - India.
The worrying point here is that it should not result in to the disintegration of India, as a Nation - the way the former USSR went.
While Mr. Kumar may have really done some good things for the progress of his State, the present demand, I reckon, is only to put pressure on the Centre to give a proper hearing to the needs of that State.