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Updated Sun, 27 Dec 2020 03:03 PM IST
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Who is Nitish Kumar’s political successor RCP Singh
RCP Singh i.e. Ramchandra Prasad Singh is the leader of the Parliamentary Party in the Rajya Sabha. Nitish Kumar himself told the party workers that RCP Singh would see everything after him. Nitish has made Singh his political successor in a way. He has said in the last phase of Bihar assembly election that this is his last election. He said that all is well for the end.
RCP Singh is special of Nitish Kumar
RCP Singh is considered special to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and lives with him like a shadow. It is said that Nitish Kumar does not take any decision without the advice of the RCP. RCP Kenal is not only a political, strategist and political advisor to Nitish but also comes from his Kurmi community.
Such was the political journey of RCP Singh
RCP Singh was born on July 6, 1958 at Mustafapur in Nalanda district of Bihar. He got his early education from Hussainpur, Nalanda and Patna Science College. He later went on to study at JNU. He joined the administrative service before joining politics. Singh was an IAS from Uttar Pradesh cadre. He has been the District Magistrate of Rampur, Barabanki, Hamirpur and Fatehpur.
It is said that Chanakya of JDU
RCP Singh used to be number two in the party before becoming the party’s president. The task of deciding the strategy in elections, controlling the bureaucracy of the state, making policies for the government and implementing them has been on his shoulders. For this reason, he is also called ‘Chanakya of JDU’.