Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday said the alliance with BJP is the same which was there four years ago. He said that all decisions were taken in the interest of Bihar.
While talking to reporters, Nitish said he is of the view that reservation should be implemented in private sector too. But, there must be a debate on this at the national level, he said.
When asked about his opinion on GST implementation, he said any transition takes time and there is no point opposing the new tax system.
It's my opinion that there must be reservation in private sector too. There must be debate on this at the national level: Bihar CM in Patna pic.twitter.com/6HlrwUdN4Q— ANI (@ANI) November 6, 2017
Nitish said people who are opposing GST, must be asked when it was proposed. He said first VAT was introduced and now GST is being implemented.
Ppl opposing GST must be asked when was it proposed. First VAT was introduced&now GST. Transition takes time. No point opposing it: Bihar CM pic.twitter.com/jUYu5Ijwqa— ANI (@ANI) November 6, 2017