BJP Spokesperson Shahnawaz Hussain termed as right the decision of Governor Keshri Nath Tripathi to allow Manjhi to prove his majority on February 20 as the same was notified earlier.
"Nitish Kumar is indulging in dirty politics by pointing fingers at a constitutional authority. He is in the habit of criticising everybody. It seems he is too eager and is in a hurry to get power.

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"The governor has taken the right decision to invite Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi to prove his majority as convening of the assembly session was notified earlier. There cannot be separate session for Nitish Kumar to fulfil his aspirations for attaining power," Hussain said.
Earlier, Kumar attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, alleging that he was behind the move to allow Manjhi more time to prove his majority so that "horse-trading" of MLAs could be done.

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Kumar had yesterday paraded about 130 MLAs in Delhi and met President Pranab Mukherjee demanding his intervention. Leaders from RJD, Congress, Samajwadi Party and the Left had accompanied him during the meeting.
He had also demanded that a special session of Bihar Assembly be held quickly in which the Governor can ask Manjhi to prove his majority.

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