After Two Successful Defeats In Bihar Elections Nithishji Say’s……..

After Two Successful Defeats in Bihar elections the new book say’s:

PATNA: Nitish  Kumar Gadkari defeated in the assembly elections of 1977 and 1980 by opponent congress nominee Bhola Singh after two successive defeats then he think carefully(deeply and thoroughly) about start some business say’s a new book “Ruled or Misruled” the story and destiny of Bihar.

Bihar state present cm Nitish Kumar Gadkari defeated in Assembly elections by congress nominee Bhola Singh in 1977 and 1980 from Harnaut seat after that he had then told to his closest friend Munna sarkar “Aese kaise hoga, lagta hai koi business karma Hoga (This will not do, it seems I have to take up some business now),”says a new book Ruled or Misruled:story and destiny of Bihar by The Indian Express’ Assistant Editor SANTOSH SINGH.

Bihar CM Nitish

After two defeats in assembly elections Nitish’s family showing a tendency to be quickly irritated with his failure.on the basis of his engineering degree he taking up a job was still there.

every man should learn the lessons in his own failures to get success. Yes, it is true in Nithish”s life.He asked his wife Manju to give him one last chance with politics at the 1985 elections”

He faced a strong opponent in 1985 elections, Mr Kumar’s friends mobilised donation for him to contest the 1985 poll.

“While Nitish had been fighting his political battle, we had decided to take any measure to counter his opponent this time to ensure his win. Manju (Nitish Kumar’s wife) gave Rs 20,000 from her accumulated savings,” the book quoting his friend Narendra says.

Finally Nitish’s won the 1985 elections and reached assembly. The page 339 in the book ruled or misruled says many interesting Mr Kumar, Mr Lalu Prasad and Mr Sushil Kumar Modi,

About Ruled Or Misruled:

Ruled or Misruled the story and  destiny of Bihar

“I have become a fan of this man. One should just meet him to know…” This is what Nitish Kumar had said about his now bitter foe Narendra Modi after NDA’s 2004 defeat.

“I feel like tying my PWD minister on an empty tractor trolley and run the vehicle at a speed of 60km per hour to make him realise how people suffer when they travel on these roads”, says Lalu, conceding the terrible conditions of Bihar roads.
Ruled or Misruled, Story and Destiny of Bihar by The Indian Express’ Assistant Editor SANTOSH SINGH offers a 360-degree journey of Bihar politics since Independence, especially since the Congress’ downfall in 1990. An out and out reporter’s book, it tells an interesting journey of the post-1990 legends of Bihar politics – Nitish Kumar, Lalu Prasad, Ram Vilas Paswan and Jitan Ram Manjhi with the legendary clash between Nitish Kumar and Narendra Modi.

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