‘I am son of Bihar’: Nitish answers questions on Twitter, talks about open minute to Modi

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Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘DNA’ acknowledgement done opposite him done during a new rally, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Wednesday wrote an open minute to a PM, that was expelled on amicable media sites Facebook and Twitter.

Nitish Kumar. PTINitish Kumar. PTI

Nitish Kumar. PTI

Kumar pronounced a criticism was uncivilised of a bureau a PM binds and deemed it as “an insult by a vast territory of a people of a state and beyond” and asked him to repel it.

Minutes after posting a letter, Kumar invited questions per a same on Twitter.

“I’ll take questions per my open minute to @Narendramodi on my DNA around live discuss on Twitter currently between 5 and 7PM #NKLetterToModi,” tweeted Kumar.

Firstpost sent out some questions per a minute and a arriving elections in Bihar. Here are Kumar’s responses.

– On a doubt of since he wrote a leeter about Bihar’s DNA, when a Prime Minister had criticised him and not Bihar:

– On being asked if he was perplexing to embrace PM Modi’s plan in Bihar:

– When asked about his insistence to get Bihar special standing when a state has already perceived income from Finance Commission, Kumar dodged a question, and called a imformation ‘factually incorrect’:

– Finally, on being asked to criticism on his matter that he will not competition a chair this time, Kumar denied creation any such remarks and called it all speculations.

“I will not competition public polls and would persevere my time for campaigning,” Nitish had been progressing quoted revelation media outward public on Monday, reports a Economic Times.