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Nitish Kumar’s political somersaults are just too predictable & doesn’t work with voters anymore

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Nitish Kumar is back to his usual games with ally BJP and expecting a battered Lalu Yadav to give up his pride in 2020 Bihar polls. But Kumar’s somersaults are now far too predictable to scare BJP, and have depleted his political capital. Voters are resoundingly rejecting such opportunistic politics.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. There was a sanctity to the popular verdict of November 2015 which CM Nitish Kumar violated. His political instincts have been faltering from the time he opposed the BJP nominating CM Modi as its prime ministerial candidate. His reputation for being a principled politician and a good administrator has taken a beating. Given the gloom in the opposition camp, he may be good for one last high trapeze act.

  2. The Army has let him down. It showed no such diffidence in dealing with Lt Col Purohit. 2. The NRC is a terrible tragedy. Cynical to the core, because not even a crow is flying back to Bangladesh.

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