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Nitish Kumar to lead NDA in Bihar polls: Shah

IndiaTimes Thursday, 16 January 2020 ()
BJP president Amit Shah on Thursday made an impassioned plea for the support of people of Bihar to measures taken by Narendra Modi government like the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. He also sought to dispel "rumours" of discord within the NDA in the state, asserting that assembly polls in Bihar will be contested under the leadership of CM Nitish Kumar.
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News video: Amit Shah in Bihar: Says no rift with JDU, will fight Bihar polls under Nitish Kumar's leadership

Amit Shah in Bihar: Says no rift with JDU, will fight Bihar polls under Nitish Kumar's leadership 02:44

Addressing an outreach rally in Vaishali district HOME MINISTER AMIT SHAH HIT OUT AT THE OPPOSITION, ACCUSING IT OF PEDDLING LIES AND MISINFORMATION ON THE CONTROVERSIAL CITIZENSHIP ACT. MEANWHILE HE REJECTED RUMOURS OF A RIFT WITHIN THE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE IN BIHAR AND SAID THE STATE’S...

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