Patna: Following his victory in the trust vote, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar demonstrated his majority in the state assembly on Monday. But the RJD-led Opposition left the assembly minutes before the vote of confidence. Tejashwi Yadav's party was accused of corruption by the head of the Janata Dal (United), who said that "they were minting money".
First, by voice vote, Kumar established his majority in the absence of the Opposition. Later on, though, he insisted on voting by hand. With 130 votes in favor of his government and 0 against, he prevailed in the vote of confidence.
Lalu Yadav and Rabri Devi, the parents of Tejashwi Yadav, were insulted by Nitish Kumar, who last month defected from the RJD and allied himself with the BJP.
His mother and father had the opportunity to work before this. What was going on in Bihar at the time? At that time of night, would anyone dare venture out? In his stirring speech, he asked, was there a road?
He made a reference to former deputy chief minister and ally Tejashwi Yadav when he added, "Kama rahe the ye log (they were making money)."
Kumar declared he would look into whether RJD leaders were corrupt.
"I gave them respect but was in pain when I came to know about their malpractices," he stated.
Nitish Kumar went on to say that he will always be in the alliance and that he has returned to his former location.
He claimed, with reference to the INDIA bloc, that he had made vain attempts to unite all of the parties.
Furthermore, he asserted that RJD leaders were attempting to appropriate JD(U)'s labor.
Tejashwi Yadav assured Nitish Kumar in an assembly speech prior to the floor test that he would block Prime Minister Narendra Modi's BJP in Bihar.
"CM Nitish Kumar, you are a member of our family in our minds. We belong to the Samajwadi clan."Tejashwi Yadav, your nephew, will carry the flag you raised to stop the BJP across the country and stop Modi in Bihar. Jo aap jhanda le kar ke chale the ki Modi ko desh mein rokne hain, ab aapka Bhateeja jhanda utha kar ke Modi ko Bihar mein rokne kaam karega."
Additionally, he made fun of Kumar by claiming that during his tenure as chief minister, he changed sides three times.