While Janata Dal-United [JD(U)] leader Nitish Kumar's eighth swearing-in as the Bihar chief minister, now for the second time in alliance with the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), became news, analysts discussed how easy it was for the socialist leader to walk across the street without having to witness south India-like fleeing of MLAs to distant resorts in another state, nobody tried to look into the possibility of players other than the three big parties in Bihar. However, the Indian National Congress (INC) interim president Sonia Gandhi, whose party is hardly relevant in Bihar, was lurking in the shadows.
JD(U)'s second Mahagathbandhan with the RJD and other opposition parties, ending the coalition with the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA), was scripted elsewhere. A high-ranking source in Bihar Congress says the screenplay for the political change in the state was written by a courtesy call. Nitish Kumar had called Sonia Gandhi when she was battling C...
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