Nitish Kumar and his political successor are often discussed.
- For the first time, CM Nitish clearly told about the political successor of the party after him.
On the last day of the Bihar assembly election campaign, CM Nitish Kumar said that the end is good. This is the last election. However, he later said that it was the last phase election, so he said so. But it is prevalent in Bihar politics that Nitish Kumar does not speak anything thoughtfully. This raises the question that who will be the successor of JDU after Nitish Kumar? Nitish Kumar himself has given the answer. The person who takes over the government and organization after him or in non-attendance will be Ram Chandra Prasad Singh, ie RCP.
Nitish himself said this for the first time
JDU national president Nitish Kumar has confirmed it himself. Recently, while he was meeting with leaders and workers in the state office, a leader asked who would see the party’s work in your non-attendance? Then Nitish Kumar said that after him RCP Ji will see everything.
This was the first time that CM Nitish Kumar spoke in clear terms about his political successor in the party after him. Rajya Sabha MP RCP Singh is also believed to be the number two leader in the party after Nitish Kumar. The RCP is believed to have a good hold over the JDU organization. Whether it is the seat-sharing or the responsibility of choosing the party candidate, CM Nitish trusts them the most.
Why rcp is special
Ever since Nitish Kumar was a minister in the central government, RCP Singh has been with him as a shadow. RCP Singh, an Indian Administrative Service officer, has previously been Nitish Kumar’s secretary at the center. After that, when Nitish became the Chief Minister of Bihar, he made RCP its Principal Secretary. Then brought him into politics, and now made MP of Rajya Sabha. All the personal or political work of Nitish Kumar in Delhi is still being done by RCP Singh.
Sometimes Kushwaha and PK were also in the discussion of number two
There has been a discussion every time about Nitish Kumar’s successor. When Nitish Kumar became the Chief Minister of Bihar, Upendra Kushwaha had made a lot of headlines as the leader of the opposition before that. Kushwaha was believed to be the political heir of Nitish Kumar. But this discussion calmed down after they had dispersed.
This was followed by the political rise of Prashant Kishore (PK) in the 2015 assembly elections with great power. Nitish Kumar directly gave PK the number two status as JDU’s national vice-president. Even then, the political pundits considered PK as the successor of Nitish Kumar. But in later days his relationship with Nitish got bitter and this chapter also closed. Now Nitish Kumar has pointed to his most trusted and old Hamaraj leader. Meaning that the search for Nitish Kumar has ended here.