New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday extended his support to JD(U) chief Nitish Kumar for upcoming Bihar Assembly elections while also felicitating the latter during Bihar Samman Samaroh in Delhi.
Addressing the gathering, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar thanked Kejriwal for inviting him at Bihar Samman Samaroh.
“It's good that people have voted for AAP. Arvind Kejriwal is a right choice for Delhi. 67 out of 70 seats is a surprising mandate. And, AAP got this mandate when PM Modi had said that Delhi's mood was same as that of nation's and vice versa. After Delhi has shown its mood, PM Modi is trying hard for Bihar,” said Nitish.
Further, extending his support to Bihar CM, Arvind Kejriwal assured him that he will go to Bihar whenever Nitish will call him.
“Before elections PM Modi says something and post elections something else. Had he announced before during Rewari rally that OROP scheme will take some time to be implemented, he wouldn't have got votes,” said Kejriwal.
“Two days back we heard PM saying in Bihar 50...60...70 thousand crore. Was he there to sell Bihar? If they (govt) have so much money then PM should first go and implement OROP scheme,” Kejriwal slammed Modi govt on Bihar package.