Chirag became advisor to RCP: Entry made in advisory committee of Union Steel Minister, cursed Nitish Kumar after reaching Patna

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The English Salahkar Committee of the Union Steel Ministry has been reconstituted. Many new faces have been included in this, but the most shocking name is that of Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) President Chirag Paswan. There is a lot of discussion in the political circles due to the appointment of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s fierce opponent Chirag in the committee related to the ministry of RCP.

The Minister in the committee is the Chairman and the Minister of State for Steel is the Vice-Chairman. In this, Lok Sabha nominated MPs Sanjay Singh, Sunil Kumar Soni, Rajya Sabha MPs Dinesh Chandra Vimal Bhai Anavadia and Naresh Gujral have been made members.

Along with this, MPs Chirag Paswan and Dinesh Chandra Yadav nominated by the Parliamentary Committee on Official Language have also been made members of the committee. In fact, not only in the Ministry of Steel, but in various departments, the initiative to connect experts and interested MPs is taken through these committees. So that there can be efficiency in the working of the ministries.

Chirag Paswan is a fierce opponent of Nitish Kumar

The political tension between Chirag Paswan and Nitish Kumar has been going on since the assembly elections 2020. Chirag Paswan constantly attacks Nitish Kumar through his statements. During the assembly elections, he had talked about sending Nitish Kumar to jail in corruption cases if he came to power. The result of these statements of Chirag was that he had to be out of NDA in Bihar.

On Tuesday also, Chirag Paswan, who reached Patna in connection with the Bihar Assembly by-election, attacked Nitish Kumar as soon as he landed in Patna. He said that the Chief Minister has always insulted my father Ram Vilas Paswan.

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