New Delhi, May 25: There have been reports of rift between Janata Dal United leader and Union Minister RCP Singh with Bihar CM Nitish Kumar for the past few days. It is being said that Nitish Kumar is not sending RCP Singh to Rajya Sabha. Now Ramchandra Prasad (RCP) Singh has broken the silence regarding all this. RCP Singh has said that the relationship between him and Nitish Kumar is fine. At the same time, he has also called the speculation of JDU breaking ties with the BJP and going with the RJD as baseless.
Bihar: Rift in the relationship between CM Nitish Kumar and RCP Singh, is the Rajya Sabha election the reason? , oneindia hindi
On the question of going to the Rajya Sabha in Delhi on Wednesday, Union Minister RCP Singh said, there is no difference between CM Nitish Kumar and I. The nomination date for the Rajya Sabha is till May 31. There are still many days left for this. I can’t make any predictions though. I will work in Rajya Sabha or whatever post I get.
On the question of JD(U) leaving BJP and going with RJD, he said, “JDU and BJP’s cooperation will definitely last till the next elections, that is, at least at least 2025.” I do not understand why there is speculation about JDU-RJD joining hands. RCP Singh met BJP leaders but said that he is not close to BJP leaders today. We have worked together for many years. Why all of a sudden today I am talking about my proximity to BJP
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Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Union Minister RCP Singh, who has been with him for more than two decades, are said to not have a good relationship for some time. It is being said that Nitish Kumar is not in the mood to send RCP Singh, who has been the president of JDU, to the Rajya Sabha for the third time. Whose Rajya Sabha term ends next month. Meanwhile, there is a discussion that if the Rajya Sabha ticket is cut from JDU, he can switch sides and go to the BJP.