Rohini Acharya, the daughter of Lalu Yadav, made fun of Nitish Kumar today after he resigned as Bihar’s chief minister. Rohini stated that the “garbage was back in dump” in an X post.
The daughter of previous chief minister and RJD chairman Lalu Yadav, Rohini Acharya, poked fun at Nitish Kumar hours after he resigned as chief minister of Bihar on Sunday, saying the “garbage is now back into the bin.”
“Garbage goes back into the dustbin Garbage – Happy stinking garbage to the group!” a rough translation into Hindi from Rohini’s X post was proposed.
Before Kumar resigned earlier today, Rohini wrote on X, stating, “As long as we have breath, our fight against communal forces continues…”
With the BJP’s backing, Nitish Kumar is expected to take the oath of office at 5:00 p.m. today and lay claim to the creation of a new government.
Reportedly, Kumar was not happy with the INDIA bloc because of the unsuccessful seat-sharing negotiations.
Today, Nitish announced his resignation, saying he “will leave the earlier alliance and form a new alliance.”
On X, Shiv Sena (UBT) MP Priyanka Chaturvedi stated, “What Rohini Acharya tweeted was probably the sentiment of the entire nation, including BJP supporters,” hours after Rohini’s earlier tweet today. Just stating.”
“Sources citing that as a cause for friction are clutching at straws to explain the umpteenth switch,” she stated.
Kumar has been slowly moving towards his second political backflip over the last three days.
The grand coalition government in Bihar is about to fall apart, JD(U) political adviser and spokesperson KC Tyagi warned reporters in Delhi earlier. He also accused some members of the Congress leadership of constantly “insulting” Kumar.
Some RJD leaders, including Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav, seemed unimpressed with the idea since the JD(U) and the BJP together have more than 122 members in the 243-member assembly. They are reportedly in favour of staking claim to form the new government, hoping to muster the support of eight MLAs the ‘Mahagathbandhan’ requires going beyond the majority mark.