Nitish Kumar is a man full of resignation, former union minister RCP Singh told NDTV a day after he left Janata Dal (United) following derision from the party boss. Mr Singh, also a former party chairman and a close aide to Bihar Minister Nitish Kumar, said that was why Mr Kumar “crouched down and aimed at his daughters”.
JDU had previously asked Mr Singh to explain the “abnormalities” in the properties related to his daughters.
Nitish Kumar is said to have been annoyed with RCP Singh because of his growing closeness to his coalition partner Bharatiya Janata Party. Mr Singh accepted a position in the union cabinet without the consent of the party chief. However, RCP Singh denied the allegation, claiming that Home Minister Amit Shah had spoken to Mr Kumar about expanding the cabinet and offered a station for the party on the condition that Mr Singh himself become minister. Union. “It’s a naked lie,” he said of allegations that he made himself central minister without consulting the party.
While resigning as the main member of the party, Mr Singh has said that there is a conspiracy against him because he has become the union minister. “There is no cure for jealousy,” he said in a conversation with Mr Kumar.
“Nitish Kumar will not be Prime Minister in any of his seven lifetimes,” he said, describing the JDU as a sinking ship.
A week after videos emerged of him holding up a slogan predicting he would be the future chief, JDU sought answers from RCP Singh about all the assets he had acquired in nine years. past year.
In a letter to Mr Singh, the party claimed that some irregularities had been noticed in the properties he had purchased.
Commenting on the letter, RCP Singh told NDTV, “These properties have been purchased by my wife or daughter who are paying income tax since 2010.”
He said the letter was a party plot to humiliate him.
Following his resignation, RCP Singh remained in his home village in Nalanda district and toured the surrounding areas in an apparent attempt to find land under his feet.