The strategy Nehru adopted in the aftermath of the Chinese invasion into Tibet was that of making light of things. Writing to the chief ministers in June 1952, he said: “Variety of circumstances pull India and China towards each other, in spite of differences in form of Government...
Media always wins, journalists always win. We get pasted, defeated and pinned down to our seats, hoping for the ordeal to be over.
We don't want to run Delhi Government through anyone. But upholding Constitution is our responsibility.
I will go with an alliance in Bihar, if there is a need to do so, with any party that does not include Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.