BJP may get some advantage out of these happenings. Let us see.
Now when the honesty of Lalu, his sons and daughters has again become very prominent, Nitish has been planning to break the coalition with RJD.
Non-violence is the greatest Dharma; So too is all righteous violence.
I do not see any goodness or principle in the present jump. Nitish is the modern version of 'Aya Ram, Gaya Ram'.
It is just another fresh example of smart cows turning to greener pastures. Politicians know how to justify each of their actions and camouflage them with some reasons to impress gullible public.
We need not be surprised if Nitish returns back to Lalu & co side before or after next general elections if he sees opportunity there. He may say some discover more impressive reason for that also.
It is very true that in politics people join hands without considering each others virtues or shortcomings but in long run milk and water are separated. This event shows nicely the exit of a good person when things have gone beyond the acceptable limits. The drama has unfolded in the most logical and honest way.
Central Government is observing this very minutely and they have to take advantage from this situation to try to initiate a good governance in Bihar which was so far under the spell of a man present directly or behind the curtain.
We hope things will come to a better shape after this event.
Knowledge is power.