Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday (April 7) was made a goof up while addressing a rally in Nawada where Prime Minister Narendra Modi was present on the stage, and said that the NDA will win "more than 4,000 seats", which is several times the sanctioned strength of the Lok Sabha. Nitish Kumar was trolled on social media for his prediction.

Kumar, who heads the JD(U) and returned to the BJP-led coalition less than three months ago, made the faux pas at a rally in Nawada district

where he spoke before Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

While addressing the rally before the Prime Minister, Nitish Kumar could be heard fumbling “char lakh (four lakh)”, and then correcting himself and stating “char hazaar se bhi zyada (more than 4,000)", while turning towards the Prime Minister whom he has been extending support for a "400 plus tally" in the elections.

After his address, Nitish Kumar was seen touching PM Modi's feet while sitting beside him.
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