"Thirty days are little to assess the performance of any government, people have high expectations from Narendra Modi but whatever work has been done so far does not reflect arrival of good days as promised to voters by Narendra Modi during the Lok Sabha polls," said Nitish.

It is worth mentioning that the Janata Dal (United) pulled out of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) before the Lok Sabha polls.

The JD (U) ended its 17-year-old alliance with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) after Narendra Modi was apointed the party’s prime ministerial candidate.

Nitish, who was against the decision of BJP to select Modi as the prime ministerial candidate, had then said that the saffron party is going through a new phase.

“We are not in agreement with that. We cannot compromise with our basic principles,” he told a press conference then.

Meanwhile, Modi, who completed one month in office as the country’s Prime Minister, said that his government has not had the luxury of a honeymoon period and been subjected to a series of allegations.

"Previous governments had the luxury of extending this honeymoon period up to a hundred days and even beyond. Not unexpectedly, I don't have any such luxury. Forget hundred days, the series of allegations began in less than a hundred hours," Modi wrote on his personal blog, as his government completed 30 days in office.


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