‘This is my last election’, Nitish Kumar announces on the last day of campaigning

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Patna : On the last day of the assembly election campaign in Bihar, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has made a big announcement. He said that this is his last election. While addressing the public meeting in Purnia, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar said that ‘suppose that today is the last day of the election and the day after is the election. This is my last election. All’s well that ends well.’

Nitish Kumar had contested his first election in the year 1977. He contested from Harnaut in Nalanda. Nitish Kumar contested four times from here. In which he lost in 1977 and 1980, while he won in the elections of 1985 and 1995.

Nitish Kumar contested his last election in 2004, in which he won from Nalanda. Since then Nitish Kumar has not contested any election. Nitish Kumar studied at Bihar Engineering College in the year 1972. He also worked for some time at the Bihar State Electricity Board. But after coming in contact with leaders like Jayaprakash Narayan, Ram Manohar Lohia, Nitish Kumar turned to politics.

Nitish Kumar has been the Chief Minister of Bihar 6 times. He never contested elections after 2004. Nitish Kumar, who was an MP from Nalanda, became the Chief Minister when the NDA came to power in the state in November 2005. He resigned from the post of MP and took membership of the Bihar Legislative Council.

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