Nitish Kumar said he has nothing personal to do with Narendra Modi
Nitish Kumar said the countrymen want to know what Modi has to offer to them in terms of policies. "We are only hearing tall claims. We will do this to China, Pakistan or Bangladesh. But what are you planning to do? It is only creating a hype across the country. But it is also leading to an environment of fear in the country," he said.
Nitish Kumar said Modi represents the interests of the capitalists and is an anti-thesis to democracy and secularism, the founding ideals of India. He said it is very important that leaders sit together to debate on issues and told Goswami that he has nothing personal with Modi.
The JD(U) leader also rubbished possibilities of Modi becoming the prime minister. He also said that it is no more possible for him to back the BJP owing to differences in principles.